Canada’s non-energy exports are set for a “substantial boost” as U.S. demand grows and the global economy benefits from lower energy prices, Canada’s export credit agency predicted.
Amazon launched a travel service that offers lodging in the Northeast, southern California and Pacific Northwest.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. officials on Tuesday will release a proposal to help them better sort through a large, complex bank’s accounts in the event of a sudden failure.
Canadian Pacific Railway on Tuesday credited its cost-control efforts for a record first-quarter operating performance and profit.
Gannett Co. said its first-quarter earnings soared as growth in the media company’s broadcast and digital businesses offset declines at its publishing division.
Baker Hughes said it has cut 17% of its workforce, and the oil-field services company closed or consolidated 140 facilities during the first quarter amid falling oil prices. The company also reported first-quarter results that came in sharply below Wall Street expectations.
U.S. stock futures rose Tuesday, boosted by stronger-than-expected earnings at United Technologies Corp. and Verizon Communications Inc.
Blue Bell Creameries is recalling all of its products after two samplings of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream tested positive for listeria.
Fifth Third Bancorp said its first-quarter profit rose 20% as a positive valuation adjustment and a gain on the sale of residential mortgage loans helped offset a decline in mortgage banking.
J.P. Morgan reassigned roles among its senior bankers across Asia, giving broader roles to a handful of veteran bankers from within its own ranks.
BlackBerry has agreed buy document-security firm WatchDox.
GM’s global sales grew 1.9% in the first quarter compared with the same period in 2014. Strength in the U.S. truck and SUV market and a 9.4% gain in China allowed GM to offset deep declines in Europe and South America.
Goldman Sachs made a $20.5 million investment in Perseus Telecom, a provider of high-speed telecommunications for exchanges, banks and other financial institutions.
CEOs’ cash pay rose at its fastest rate in at least four years in 2014, swelling to 37.3% of total compensation. Equity grants, meanwhile, are becoming less attractive as the stock market scrapes against record highs.
Dispensing stock tips on Twitter, some individual investors are building trading careers using social media as their primary tool for research and communication.
Lockheed Martin Corp. reported a 5.9% decline in first-quarter profit as lower government military spending dented its revenue. But the defense contractor raised its full-year earnings guidance.
The Wall Street Journal won a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of abuses in the Medicare system. The New York Times also won three awards.
The U.S. and Japan are near a bilateral agreement on a major trans-Pacific trade deal, Shinzo Abe told The Wall Street Journal.
DuPont Co. said the strengthening U.S. dollar will dent its earnings for the year more than it forecast in January, as the company also reported sales declines across all of its segments.
Analysts have warned that although U.S. oil production will slow in the coming months, other major producers are still pumping at a fast pace, exacerbating the global glut.
French luxury and lifestyle company Kering said its priority is to give “fresh impetus” to its flagship brand Gucci, as business at the label took a deep dive in the first quarter.
Harley-Davidson Inc. is scaling back motorcycle production as it loses sales to rivals offering discounts of as much as $3,000 per bike.
Hewlett-Packard said Tuesday that it has agreed to sell its Snapfish photo-storage business to District Photo, as part of the computer company’s plan to split up its business.
Under Armour reported that its earnings fell 13% in the March quarter because of currency volatility and costs related to previous acquisitions.
Spending time with IBM CEO Ginni Rometty shows how she is trying to reinvent the nearly 104-year-old tech icon while it continues a yearslong slump. Her task is unlike that of past CEOs, who remade IBM by shifting toward new markets it could dominate.
The rival lenders’ strong first-quarter results show that when the markets and customers cooperate, there is more than one way to rack up big profits on Wall Street.
TD Ameritrade reported a surprise decline in revenue in the first quarter as market volatility slowed client activity.
Verizon Communications Inc. added 565,000 of the wireless industry’s most profitable customers in the first three months of the year, as its profit easily topped Wall Street expectations.
Kimberly-Clark Corp. on Tuesday said sales fell a higher-than-expected 4% in the March quarter, as the company struggles with currency volatility and increased competition in its diapers segment.
Singapore investors are snapping up stocks of property developers and hoping the companies will be taken private at a premium.