Procter & Gamble and Kimberly-Clark are under pressure to invest in expansion.
The U.K.’s provisional move to block 21st Century Fox’s $15.5 billion bid for Sky is hardly a death sentence.
The Bank of Japan stuck to its policy guns Tuesday. The European Central Bank is likely to do the same on Thursday. But even a lack of immediate action can’t stop market perceptions of shifting.
Solar and washing-machine tariffs won’t ignite a trade war. Broader action on intellectual property might.
Shares in big Indian outsourcing firms like Infosys have been on a roll. The ongoing immigration debate in the U.S. is a looming cloud.
Netflix has set a new subscriber record, with growing viewers in global markets.
Expect more expensive biotech acquisitions after two high-priced deals were announced Monday.
AIG has to fix its core business and is paying up in deal, but the insurer could benefit from diversification and growth.
Would you buy a $100,000 watch online? Richemont wants to buy out its fellow shareholders in Yoox Net-a-Porter, because for more people, the answer is yes.