What's News US
Updated: 3 years 2 months ago
U.S. aviation regulators have mandated special safety precautions to prevent dangerous in-flight icing on General Electric jet engines, citing more incidents than were previously disclosed.
PSA Peugeot Citroën found itself in a fierce dispute over the terms of a retirement plan for its outgoing chief executive, publicly clashing with a potential investor—the French government.
The French telecommunications company agrees to sell its Dominican Republic unit to lower its debt and prepare the ground for possible acquisitions in Europe.
CVS agreed to buy medical provider Coram from Apria Healthcare for roughly $2.1 billion, continuing its push into the specialty drug market.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration banned imports from one of the plants of Indian drug maker Wockhardt, in the latest example of increased global scrutiny of Indian generic drug makers.
Burberry is appealing a decision by Chinese authorities to cancel the luxury retailer's trademark for its signature beige-black-and-red pattern there, in the latest in a string of trademark problems foreign companies have faced in China.
A group of Detroit's creditors asked a bankruptcy judge to appoint a committee to value the Detroit Institute of Arts' collection.
Markets boosted by news of coalition agreement in Germany, political stability in Italy and positive data from the German consumer sector.
U.K. economic growth in the third quarter of the year was driven by the fastest rise in household spending in more than three years
Thailand's central bank cut interest rates to the lowest in three years, citing a poor economic outlook and political tension that is hurting investor confidence.
European stock markets rose, boosted by signs of political stability in the euro zone and after another record close on Wall Street overnight.
Recently listed Royal Mail reported a rise in first-half profit, but cautioned that it was winning fewer new business customers and that some had switched to competitors fearing strike action.
Sebastien Bazin—the former private-equity executive who became Accor's CEO in August—said the French hotel group will be divided into two business poles.
Spending on resource projects in Australia fell sharply from May to October, as companies scaled back expansion plans and wrapped up major developments.
Asian markets are lower, with Japanese stocks weighed by a stronger yen, and the Australian dollar maintaining its weakness. The Nikkei fell 0.4% but is up 7.9% month-to-date.
The Nasdaq's climb underscores the vast shifts in the global economy and the financial markets since the index became a household name during the tech boom of the late 1990s.
Relatively high share valuations give some fund managers cause for caution as a widely tracked stock index prepares to add the nation.
Investment funds aimed at individual investors are barreling into collateralized loan obligations, a complex and volatile type of security that was shaken by the financial crisis.
TiVo's quarterly revenue rose as the maker of TV set-top boxes increased its subscriber count for the ninth straight quarter
Jon Horvath, the government's star witness in the insider-trading case against SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager Michael Steinberg, began his testimony Tuesday.