The world’s largest infant-formula market is surprisingly volatile. Investors shouldn’t expect the good news for Western consumer groups to last.
With the Federal Reserve likely to be under new leadership next year, investors are asking how the central bank will approach the economy. They should also be asking how the Fed will deal with asset prices.
General Electric left its investors unhappy once again. At least management seems to be getting the message this time.
Life isn’t getting easier for Procter & Gamble after its unconfirmed victory in the proxy fight with activist Nelson Peltz.
Google, Facebook and Twitter face serious questions about their outsize influence. Strong earnings reports won’t help that.
Much uncertainty remains around the costs from recent storms and earthquakes that will fall on investors. But for the big traditional groups like Swiss Re and XL, the storm damage may not be that bad.
An Aramco listing in Hong Kong would stoke the city’s ambitions to become the place where Chinese capital meets international companies.
American Express CEO Ken Chenault is going out on a high note, but his successor will have to contend with fundamental questions about the company’s business.
Young tech companies like to move fast and break things, but humbled upstart Box has discovered the value of taking things slow and steady.