European Union economists said cheaper oil and central bank stimulus should help deliver faster growth in the region this year.
Investors are checking out of Host Hotels & Resorts Inc.
Australian businesses are cautious on investment, leading many to wonder what will drive the country’s economy now as its decadelong mining boom ends.
The French government’s determination to win double voting rights for its stake in Renault has highlighted the weaknesses in the French auto maker’s alliance with Nissan.
Despite antitrust considerations, Zoetis has signaled that more pharmaceuticals mergers are on the way.
Better visibility about its cloud plans is good for Microsoft’s stock, even amid talk of a possible Salesforce.com bid.
With office and residential space in San Francisco and Silicon Valley becoming scarcer by the day, the East Bay city of Fremont, Calif., is girding for some spillover.
Ahead of the Tape: Skepticism about shale-oil drillers has clipped less-affected companies such as Denbury and Chesapeake.
SunGard is preparing for an initial public offering nearly a decade after a group of private-equity firms acquired it in the wave of megabuyouts that preceded the financial crisis.
Twitter’s financial chief Anthony Noto is bringing in help on the finance side as he takes on the added role of heading the social media service’s marketing department.