The showdown between Ford and Reagan at the deeply divided 1976 convention was a preview for today’s fractured GOP.
Global stocks were mostly lower on the last trading day of the month, as a late-day selloff in U.S. tech shares reverberated overseas.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. has made mistakes and been too aggressive in the past in dramatically boosting the price of some of its drugs, the company’s outgoing chief executive is expected to tell a Senate committee Wednesday.
Mitsubishi Motors said it has been using improper fuel-economy testing methods for certain cars in Japan since 1991.
Global stocks inched lower, weighed down by falling commodity prices, as investors prepared for another week of first-quarter earnings reports and meetings of the Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan.
Volkswagen took a $18.28 billion charge related to the diesel emissions cheating scandal, forcing it to slash its 2015 dividends and post a deep loss.
A strike by oil workers in Kuwait boosted brent crude prices, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 18,000 for the first time since July.
Television advertising spending commitments could increase 3% to 5% in this year’s ad-sales period known as the “upfronts”—reversing a recent trend.
Easy money from Wall Street turned the company into a clean-energy darling, but rising interest rates cast a shadow over its ambitious expansion.
The beleaguered banking sector surged Wednesday, pushing the Dow industrials to their highest levels this year.
Alexis Stenfors’s investment-banking career evaporated when he lied about losses. Moving on hasn’t been easy.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was on track for its biggest percentage drop since February as blue-chip technology shares slumped anew Thursday.
Stocks inched higher Tuesday as investors looked ahead to key company earnings reports and central bank meetings later in the week.
Hershey CEO J.P. Bilbrey says healthier eating habits, shrinking shelf space and an increase in alternative snacks are prompting the 122-year-old chocolate maker to turn to protein bars to sweeten profits.
Disappointing earnings from two technology giants weighed on major U.S. stock indexes Friday.
General Motors’s first-quarter net profit more than doubled even as margins fell slightly in its most profitable market compared with the same period a year ago.
Buchanan County, Va., where Donald Trump won the highest percentage vote of any county, shows the source of the front-runner’s support and the problem he poses for rivals in both parties
After Trump’s demagoguery, Republicans can revitalize their party by offering bottom-up solutions suited to the diverse, dynamic society America has become.
The Golden State Warriors beat the Memphis Grizzlies in the last game of the NBA’s regular season for their 73rd win, surpassing the previous record set by the Bulls and establishing themselves as maybe the best NBA team ever.
European stocks edged lower as investors grew cautious about what is expected to be a grim first-quarter earnings season.
A Twitter-funded community center in San Francisco is a result of tech-company tax breaks that are helping revitalize the Tenderloin district but also drawing criticism for exacerbating the city’s lack of affordable housing.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals is planning sweeping changes to its board of directors as it moves to set a new tone at the top of a company under fire from politicians and investors for its management and drug-pricing practices.
From Shanghai to Hamburg, the once bustling global trade ports that handle giant container ships on key shipping routes are falling quiet as business turns down.
Chinese leader’s plan to revamp the armed forces, a milestone in the nation’s emergence from isolationism, faces hurdles at home.
Corruption is just a symptom of Brazil’s deeper issue: a vast state apparatus that has tried to be the country’s engine of economic growth.
A rally in global stocks paused as fresh falls in oil prices and Chinese markets kept investors cautious.
U.S. stocks rose Monday, propelling the Dow Jones Industrial Average to 18000 for the first time since July. The blue-chip index has gained nearly 15% since mid-February as early-year fears about the U.S.
Citigroup Inc. will report first-quarter results Friday before the market opens. The bank has already warned that trading and investment banking will fall, a trend that is hurting the entire industry.
U.S. stocks wavered Thursday, a day after major indexes closed at their highest levels of the year, as investors focused on corporate earnings on both sides of the Atlantic.
U.S. community colleges are seeking profits and prestige in international markets, but instead are seeing some opposition to their plans.