JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and PNC all reported another quarter of healthy profits on Friday. Loan growth isn’t keeping up.
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SoftBank is turning itself into what is essentially a gigantic, publicly traded venture capital firm run by its founder, Masayoshi Son.
Britain’s mergers regulator has become a potentially big factor in the fight for Sky and for 21st Century Fox, thanks to one of its provisions.
The president has said that Britain’s plan for a soft Brexit mean he’s unlikely to negotiate a new trade deal with the nation.
The Detroit native studied at Penn and Stanford, worked for Goldman and Google, and now runs the gig economy pioneer that Ikea acquired in 2017.
A proposal for a soft exit from the European Union aims to gently limit access of British banks to European markets. E.U. officials might demand that it goes further.
Investors’ enthusiasm has been waning as threats to the global trading system have flared, and the mood could darken quickly if the trade fights intensify.
As Uber cleans up its corporate culture, employees have filed complaints about the chief operating officer, Barney Harford, for his comments about race and women.
Operatives used cryptocurrency to obscure their identities and pay for the infrastructure needed to steal emails from Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
The move would put the company more firmly in the hands of two charitable trusts. U.S. and European officials have asked questions about who controls it.
Here’s a reminder of how technology aspirations and competition are at the heart of the battle between the United States and China.
The move ends the efforts of Mr. Weinstein, who founded the studio in 2005 with his brother, Harvey Weinstein, to retain a significant role while the company attempts to rebuild.
The two giants have been waging an intense bidding war for most of 21st Century Fox. They now have a European purchase to fight over instead.
The acquisition would be Broadcom’s first big move since its $117 billion bid for Qualcomm was blocked by the Trump administration in March.
The lab at Alphabet, Google’s parent company, has graduated two projects — one to build delivery drones and another making internet-beaming balloons — into independent businesses.
Volkswagen and BMW are among those striking deals with Beijing to help them become a larger part of the world’s biggest car market.
The latest trade measures by the Trump administration will leave Beijing searching for new ways to retaliate.
Comcast’s new offer for Sky values the company at about 26 billion pounds, or $34 billion, topping an earlier bid from 21st Century Fox.
The prospect of an intensifying clash with the Trump administration is adding to pressures that have sent Chinese stocks into a bear market.
The Information Commissioner’s Office said it was fining Facebook 500,000 pounds — the maximum allowed — for letting Cambridge Analytica harvest users’ information without their consent.
Chuck Robbins’s strategy is giving a Silicon Valley giant — one that used to benefit from technological complexity — momentum despite the growth of cloud computing.
Mr. Sorrell and his new firm, S4 Capital, beat out the advertising giant, his former company, for the purchase of MediaMonks.
Allen & Company’s annual conference is a haven for mergers and acquisitions. Here are some of the deals that this year’s attendees may be interested in striking.
Trump’s new choice, Brett Kavanaugh, would make the Supreme Court more conservative. Here’s what his confirmation could mean for business.
The investment in Lime, an electric scooter start-up, is the latest effort by Uber to expand beyond ride-hailing.
The smartphone maker disappointed investors in its first day of trading. Other Chinese tech giants have reason to believe that they could fare better.
Proposals for dealing with the impact of automation have been developed in the West, and may not translate effectively to poorer countries.
The Trump administration made economic threats against Ecuador to stop it proposing an international measure encouraging breast-feeding.
A new book by the journalist James Crabtree argues that the current regime of the superrich can blossom into a Progressive Era that leaves behind inequality and crony capitalism.
The venture firm, which plans to announce $1.65 billion in new funds, is hoping to use the money for new investments in Europe and Silicon Valley.