The U.S. economy isn’t as weak as the GDP report suggests. As that becomes clear, companies will need to find another excuse.
Consumer sentiment remains high as cheap gasoline, low interest rates and a rebound in stocks from this winter boost the U.S. economy’s prospects.
De Beers named a new chief executive as the diamond giant steers through a rough patch of low prices caused by weaker demand for the precious gems.
After firing Valeant’s CEO, investor William Ackman has been defending the embattled drug company from outside critics.
A federal jury ruled that Google’s use of Oracle Corp.’s Java software didn’t violate copyright law, the latest twist in a six-year legal battle between the two Silicon Valley titans.
Japan ordered auto makers to recall up to seven million more vehicles equipped with rupture-prone Takata air bags, raising the number of domestic recalls to 19.6 million.
Risk appetite has recovered since the panic at the start of the year. Or has it?
Reported earnings faltered last year. To help set bonus payments, many companies relied on pro forma measures.
A major U.S. government study on rats has found a link between cellphones and cancer, an explosive finding in the long-running debate about whether mobile phones cause health effects.
The U.S. economy’s first-quarter slowdown was less pronounced than initially thought, and recent data have pointed to a pickup for growth this spring.