Play-Doh will soon be squeezed out of a factory in the U.S. again, as Hasbro brings manufacturing of the popular moldable clay back to America, where it hasn’t been made since 2004.
Volkswagen unveiled a new pay structure for top management to quell investor ire over the big bonuses paid to leading executives in the wake of its emissions-cheating scandal.
President Donald Trump is planning to hold a round-table meeting with health-insurance executives at the White House on Monday, according to people close to the planning, as the administration looks to encourage insurers to sign onto Republicans’ health-care overhaul efforts.
Michael Levine was a top official at the Civil Aeronautics Board in the late 1970s and helped phase out that regulatory body as airfares were deregulated. He died Feb. 3 at the age of 75.
Michael Novak wrote more than 50 books, including the acclaimed “Spirit of Democratic Capitalism,” a 1982 work that made a moral case for capitalism. Mr. Novak died Feb. 17 at 83.
New home sales rebounded in January after a steep decline in December, an indication that the new-construction market remains on the path to recovery despite bumps along the way.
Samsung Electronics, facing bribery allegations tied to a political-corruption scandal, said it will create a committee to review donations and be more open about when it gives money.
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.
J.C. Penney will shutter two distribution centers and 130 to 140 stores as the big-box retailer contends with falling foot traffic. The company also reported its first annual profit since 2010.
Google parent Alphabet’s heated rivalry with Uber over self-driving cars has spilled into the courthouse, after the internet giant sued the ride-hailing company for allegedly stealing trade secrets to jump-start its own autonomous vehicle program.
While wireless carriers battle each other by pushing unlimited data plans riding on their 4G networks, an industry gathering in Barcelona will be looking to the future.
For the two largest players in the smartphone business, Apple and Samsung, the goal this year is to restore some luster to their brands. Both saw smartphone sales fall for the first time in 2016.
Companies must continue to comply with SEC rules on disclosing “conflict minerals” and the ratio comparing executive pay to the median employee, an agency official said.
The Government Accountability Office warned further changes to the Fed’s stock ownership requirement could have “wide-ranging policy implications” for the Fed’s structure, and could diminish the autonomy and independence of the 12 regional Fed banks.
A gauge of consumer sentiment fell slightly in February, but remained near a decadelong high, as self-identified Republicans and Independents remain confident in the economy after the election of Donald Trump.
Brazilian mining giant Vale said its chief executive plans to step down when his term ends in May, amid reports of pressure to replace him with a political appointee.
The Trump administration has broadened its search for a key regulatory job at the Federal Reserve, according to people familiar with the matter, meeting in recent weeks with at least two people about the post of Fed vice chair in charge of bank oversight.
The spiral into bankruptcy of Sophia Amoruso’s Nasty Gal, an online retailer once popular with millennial shoppers and venture capitalists, shows how its swift growth led to stumbles.
Stacks of sky-blue shipping containers, one of the last assets of bankrupt Hanjin Shipping Co., litter ports on both coasts. Now a fight is brewing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court over who can sell them.
James Quincey, Coke’s current chief operating officer who will take the reins in May, said the company must speed up the development of products beyond soda.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. said fourth-quarter net earnings rose nearly 15%, boosted in part by the stock market’s end-of-year gains.
Two former executives at SunEdison, the solar-power company that filed for bankruptcy protection last year, filed whistleblower lawsuits claiming they were fired after sounding the alarm about the company’s precarious finances.
China has been snapping up Hollywood companies in recent years, but as the government increases scrutiny of overseas investment, some pending deals face the threat of an unwelcome twist ending.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said he would seek to roll back key portions of an Obama-era privacy rule that cable and wireless firms opposed as unfair.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings announced a $1 billion share buyback program and launched a dividend as the hotel company charts its path forward after a major reorganization of its business.
Premium Friday’s goal is to improve productivity, reduce employee overwork and increase consumption. But will Japanese people take the bait?
International trade flows grew at the slowest pace since the financial crisis in 2016, but there were signs of a modest pickup as the year drew to a close.
A software bug at Cloudflare that caused it to leak data has created a potential security headache for thousands of its corporate customers.
British Airways parent IAG said it is about to jump-start its new budget unit serving trans-Atlantic routes after it reported a 29% rise in net profit, announced a €500 million ($529.7 million) share buyback and promised further profit growth.
Alan Colmes, the Fox News commentator who provided a liberal outlook for the conservative-leaning station and was part of its long-shot effort in the 1990s to disrupt the cable TV business, died Thursday.