Lyft's dual-class stock structure ensures CEO John Green will retain control of the company.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ensnared a major scandal.
While other automakers are closing US plants, Toyota is ramping up US production.
Boeing plane crashes cause the company's stock to take a hit.
Two mining giants embark on a joint venture.
The US banking sector could see a new round of consolidation.
Concerns about the US central bank's independence.
US President Donald Trump's battle against NAFTA ends in victory.
J.C. Penney struggles to avoid the fate of Sears and Toys "R" Us.
World GDP is growing, but not terribly fast, and many clouds dim the horizon. Without productivity improvements, global growth may be stalled.
The high court ruled that online retailers must collect state sales tax from consumers but the international implications of this are unclear.
New York City joins Singapore and Hong Kong in embracing cryptocurrencies, albeit gingerly.
Bank of America is sharing its success with the communities in which it operates, with a focus on ESG activities, says chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan.