New York will give Amazon more than $1.2 billion in incentives to establish a hub in the city, and not everyone thinks it’s worth it.
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The company has gobbled up leases for so much space in so many cities that its landlords might not be able to afford for it to go under.
A failure to draw a line under its liabilities has shredded G.E.’s credibility. Its new chief executive risks falling into the same trap.
The kingdom has moved to prop up oil prices, but the industry may face a long, hard slog over the coming year.
The deal is financially positive for Qualtrics and will help SAP branch out into customer relationship management.
Gridlock in Washington means that there will be few nasty surprises in store for businesses in the coming months.
The company’s Vision Fund held 38 stakes at the end of September, but they didn’t include names like Uber and Didi that you may expect to see on the list.
An investigation by The New York Times revealed how Facebook fought back against critics during a flood of crises — with delays, denials and an influence campaign in Washington.
The company’s stock has been cut almost in half since last week as investors assess the potential payout if its equipment is found to blame.
Russian meddling, data sharing, hate speech — the social network faced one scandal after another. This is how Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg responded.
Uber, which is moving toward a public debut next year, said its net loss was more than $1 billion in the third quarter.
Corporations are adopting new tactics to save money by limiting the use of discount cards on certain medicines.
The Long Island City site was designated as an “opportunity zone,” an incentive created by President Trump’s tax bill to help low-income areas attract investment.
The states offered tax credits, rebates and other incentives to lure the online retail giant and 25,000 jobs. Neighboring states offered even more.
WeWork, the co-working office company, announced the additional investment at a valuation of at least $42 billion.
After meeting with the governor and mayor, Amazon decided the men could put aside their differences, and it began to iron out a package worth over a billion dollars.
Critics have derided WeWork as overvalued and vulnerable to the next downturn. But the company holds so many leases in so many cities, it might hold more power than its landlords.
With the elections in the rearview mirror, Wall Street can focus on gridlock and interest rates — and maybe impeachment and a recession.
U.S. prosecutors have sued the Swiss bank over sales of mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis. It can probably shrug it off.
Meredith acquired the title with a $2.8 billion acquisition of Time Inc. last November, in a deal that made it the largest magazine publisher in America.
The company will end its practice of forced arbitration for claims of sexual harassment or assault after last week’s staff walkout.
The World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, China, has long showcased flashy new tech. This year, discussions also dealt with counterterrorism, data breaches and surveillance.
The European Central Bank’s pick for senior financial watchdog will likely focus on the industry’s low profitability and poor money-laundering controls.
Growing up in India, he slept on the floor of a house without a refrigerator. Today, the chief executive is steering Google through the most turbulent period in its history.
Robyn Denholm, an Australian executive, was named days before a regulatory deadline for the electric-car maker to replace its chairman.