Google is planning to dramatically expand a carpool service on its navigation app Waze, setting the tech giant on a collision course with the ride-sharing industry.
U.S. home sales rose in January to the highest level since February 2007.
A lab run by blood-testing firm Theranos in Arizona put patients at risk and failed to quickly fix its deficiencies, a regulator found, triggering a new round of sanctions by the U.S. agency against the company.
Consumer-goods group Unilever said it was embarking on “comprehensive” review to wring out more value for shareholders, just days after rejecting a $143 billion offer from Kraft Heinz.
Airbus reported a 66% fall in full-year net profit after the plane maker was hit by a $1.26 billion charge on a troubled key military aircraft program.
Swiss engineering company ABB said it uncovered a “sophisticated criminal scheme” in a South Korean subsidiary that led to theft and a charge of about $100 million.
The world’s most valuable peer-to-peer lender, China’s Lufax—valued at $18.5 billion and No. 1 at home with 13% of the market—is making a shift into the country’s booming retail-investment market.
Air Products bid for Yingde Gases is a major test of U.S.-Chinese cross border investing.
Tesla Inc.’s fourth-quarter financial results are expected to be released after the market closes on Wednesday.
Steven Mnuchin told IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde that he expects the fund to “provide frank and candid analysis of the exchange-rate policies of IMF member countries.”