U.S. businesses, under pressure from activist investors, are plowing more cash into dividends and stock buybacks, fueling worries about long-term investment.
Investors following the reorganization of the Samsung empire should keep their eyes on the electronics prize.
American Apparel was supposed to be focused by now on fixing its battered business. Instead, its battle to be rid of former CEO Dov Charney has become an unusually protracted battle.
Coca-Cola is expected to soon close its deal to take a 16.7% stake in energy-drink maker Monster Beverage, but with the purchase comes controversy and litigation.
Investors are pouring money into upscale youth hostels, betting the next big market in hospitality will be the scruffy, cost-conscious backpacking crowd.
Apple is likely to issue its first yen-denominated bonds in Japan in June, taking advantage of rock-bottom yields.
Take-it-or-leave-it policies for starting salaries aim to foster transparency, fairness.
While some have just surrendered, others are fighting back with tactics like granting founders special stock that gives them control over key decisions.
When crude prices were high, the commercial real-estate market in Canada’s oil capital rivaled that of Houston. Now energy companies are cutting back, vacating a record amount of space even as construction of nine major buildings is under way.
Express Scripts is seeking deals with pharmaceutical companies that would set pricing for some cancer drugs based on how well they work.