An adversary defamed real-estate investor Bradley Cohen by suggesting his company was a Ponzi scheme. Fighting back took four years and a historic legal case that resulted in a $38 million award.
Many participants are first-timers who echo in passion, though not in politics, the people who emerged early in the tea-party movement.
Nissan Motor Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn will step down from that role in April and will be replaced by Hiroto Saikawa, his recently appointed co-CEO, the company said.
Longing to lead more religious lives—and wary of the wider culture—a growing number of traditional Christians are creating their own small communities.
Investors dumped bonds and scooped up stocks on fresh optimism about the U.S. economy, following Fed chief Janet Yellen’s comments signaling a possible increase to interest rates at the March meeting.
President Donald Trump is facing calls for a show of strength toward North Korea after Pyongyang’s weekend launch of a ballistic missile, posing the first major challenge to his administration by a foreign leader and an awkward balancing act with China.
The U.S.-educated Mexican economists who negotiated the trade pact in the 1980s are worried more about their own country’s protectionist tendencies than about Donald Trump.
Stocks and the dollar rebounded Friday, with Asian markets coming back to life after a listless Thursday as U.S. President Donald Trump said he would soon announce tax-reform measures.
Europe has spent years constructing an edifice of regulation to curb excessive risk-taking by banks and other financial institutions. But with the last bricks almost laid, Stephen Fidler writes, two factors threaten to bring the building down: Donald Trump and Brexit.
A shrinking role in the global grain market coupled with a strong dollar and higher costs for seeds is driving U.S. farmers out of business, all while bunkers are overflowing with supply.
Steep production increases, caused by rapid airline expansion, are straining the supply chain that serves Airbus and Boeing. Suppliers of seats, toilets and engine parts are struggling to keep up.
Carlos Ghosn is stepping down as CEO of Nissan to focus on its global alliance with Renault and Mitsubishi, highlighting the group’ challenges in finding a successor for the storied executive.
Berkshire Hathaway has teamed up with the Brazilian private-equity firm in its efforts to consolidate the fragmented food and consumer-goods industries and expand the products’ reach.
Members of the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team have been questioned about former team doctor Larry Nassar after the initial allegations languished for at least 10 months.
Evan Morris, a high-flying corporate lobbyist, is suspected by federal prosecutors of embezzling millions of dollars from his employers, Roche and then Genentech. The probe is shaping up to be one of the biggest Washington influence scandals in years.
Even as auto makers bristle against national emissions standards, California is arguably a bigger challenge, with its mandates that more cleaner cars be produced though they remain a tiny share of overall U.S.
Unemployment in Europe is heading toward a seven-year low, and inflation is finally approaching what central bankers see as healthy. Economic growth across the continent beat the U.S. last year.
U.S. stocks extended gains and government bonds pulled back after President Donald Trump signaled he would advance campaign promises to lower taxes.
The race for the annual global auto sales crown became more crowded, with Renault-Nissan nipping at the heels of giants VW, Toyota and GM as companies pursue deals to better shoulder big bets on electric and self-driving cars.
General Motors has been a focus of the Trump administration’s crackdown on imports, and a border tax would wipe out a significant share of the auto maker’s North America margins.
General Motors is backing legislation in numerous states that tech companies say is designed to put them at a disadvantage in the nascent market for autonomous vehicles. GM denies the claim.
A clash involving Renaissance Technologies hedge-fund billionaire Robert Mercer, who supports President Donald Trump, and another executive of the firm, who opposes the president, reflects divides at other U.S. workplaces.
Auto makers asked the Environmental Protection Agency to undo the Obama administration’s decision to lock in future stringent fuel-economy and emissions standards, as the companies seek to take advantage of President Donald Trump’s pledge to roll back regulations.
More high-school students are taking Advanced Placement exams than ever—just as questions about their value are growing and some universities limit their acceptance of AP credits.
Every president is inevitably confronted with a late-night national security crisis. For President Donald Trump, his first played out in surprisingly public view—at his exclusive club Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla.
The Houston Rockets’ star is ordinary by many physical metrics, but his deceleration is superhuman—and that explains how he dominates the NBA.
Marathon Pharmaceuticals will charge $89,000 annually in the U.S. for a decades-old steroidal drug that was approved for U.S. sale for the first time on Thursday, a price that is as much as 70 times higher than drug’s price overseas.
From Germany to Mexico to Iran to Australia, President Trump looms large on the national political scene; next up, a visit by Japan’s prime minister.
The decision said the proposed $48 billion deal violated antitrust law because it would create an unacceptable reduction in the number of companies serving large national employers that insure their workers.
General Motors fourth quarter net income fell 71% amid foreign-exchange headwinds and a non-recurrence of one-time gains recorded a year ago, but strong pickup-truck and SUV sales in the U.S.