Hoping for a boost from DC: New legislation could be a boon for regional banks that are already making headway via cost savings, niche markets and new capabilities.
The new chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve is steadily raising rates amid a more volatile economic environment.
Newly merged DowDupont will soon split into three publicly traded companies and the largest of the three will be overseen by CEO Jim Fitterling.
Zuckerberg’s testimony to Congress has only increased public calls for more oversight of social media and how it uses customer data.
Three companies with 'extraordinary resources' will pool them to provide employees and their families with a new health coverage model
Does JPMorgan Chase really need a new headquarters? Or is this just an expression of Jamie Dimon's edifice complex? And how likely are other banks to invest their own financial assets in constructing bigger and better offices rather than clients' projects?
Financial centers set to duel over Chinese tech giant but, if the company gets its way, both sides could win
Longtime senior executives Greg Abel and Ajit Jain were promoted to vice chairman on January 10 and joined Berkshire’s board of directors. The announcement might suggest that Abel and Jain, alone or together, might lead the company in the near future.
With the Nestle acquisition, Ferrero has now become the third-largest confectionary company in the United States.
The construction-equipment giant finds itself at the center of a tax controversy involving the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the impact of US tax reforms on domestic and international companies.
M&A deals between companies like CVS and Aetna and Amazon and Whole Foods will test what it means to create value in business today, as well as whether such deals provide value for consumers.
Westfield has developed shopping venues in such prime locations as London’s Shepherd Bush, New York’s World Trade Center and Los Angeles’ Century City.
Shazam, which is headquartered in London, has more than one billion downloads worldwide.
European Union countries saw lower bankruptcy rates in the first half of 2017, as did Canada. US bankruptcy filings dropped 5.5% in the 12-month period ended September 30, 2017.
It is a dramatic drop compared not just to the 1990s, when stock-for-stock deals accounted for over half of all mergers, but also to 2016, when the average equaled 23.9% by dollar value.
There’s a growing push to replace Generally Accepted Accounting Principles with an accounting system that better reflects companies’ finances.