TIAA-CREF is expected to announce that it has raised $3 billion for its second global farmland-investment partnership, part of a recent wave of cropland investments by institutional investors.
Car makers are facing a conundrum, as buyers are rushing to buy bigger vehicles even as car companies face steeper U.S. requirements for increasing fuel economy.
AT&T plans to offer bundled TV and wireless phone services, about a month after the company closed its acquisition of DirecTV.
Chinese property and entertainment giant Dalian Wanda Group is closing some Wanda department stores amid poorer sales and is exiting the karaoke business.
It is shaping up as a cruel summer for debt investors wagering on a rebound in the oil-and-gas business.
Hedge-fund firm that nearly collapsed during the financial crisis is thriving again and expanding as aggressively as ever, unlike some competitors that turned cautious.
Alpha Natural Resources filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday to cut its debt load of about $4 billion.
Suzuki Motor said that it was taking steps to lift its “corporate value” after New York hedge fund Third Point disclosed a stake in the auto maker.
Middle Eastern countries are experiencing setbacks in plans to expand their oil-refining capacity, dealing a blow to efforts to address an expensive irony: petroleum-rich nations importing products like gasoline.
China shares made tentative gains after officials announced fresh steps to rein in short selling, while commodities weakness spread to some Asian currencies, including the Malaysian ringgit.