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Slashing corporate taxes last month was a Republican success. But the wrangling over a shutdown is indicative of the partisan deadlock to come.
The tax overhaul could force private equity firms to change the way they do deals for the first time since the industry got revved up in the 1980s.
Gone: Dina Powell, Steve Bannon and Anthony Scaramucci. Going: Gary Cohn. Some reputations remain intact.
S.&.P. 500 futures are up, but as the reality of a potential government deadlock settles in, will investors still feel confident?
He made Bain & Company, in Boston, a fierce competitor to some of the country’s leading firms. Mitt Romney was one of his most significant hires.
Hundreds of cities hoped Amazon would think outside the box in picking its second headquarters. A desire for talent and a welcoming environment led it to the usual spots.
Investment banks say underwriting for companies brings in more trading revenue and vice versa. Goldman’s performance suggests that’s not always the case.
The iPhone maker has won plaudits from President Trump, but how much will its repatriation of overseas cash actually boost the economy?
The bank reported its first quarterly loss since 2011, because of a one-time hit from the tax law and plunging revenue from trading bonds and other products.
The tech giants aren’t Standard Oil. But critics are starting to ask if antitrust laws could apply to them anyway.
A fresh $6.2 billion post-tax charge provides another reason for the conglomerate to consider a breakup. But the value of G.E.’s businesses may make it hard to do.
Mary Barra said that the United States should not scrap the trade pact and that any changes should account for the interests of American automakers and workers.
The snag with Citigroup’s decade-long climb back from the financial brink is that it’s largely driven by forces it doesn’t control. But that’s not always a bad thing.
A case against Harvey Weinstein shows how broadly the racketeering law can be applied, but the recent rejection of a separate suit illustrates some of its limitations.
Citigroup reported a one-time charge of $22 billion on Tuesday to adjust for the new tax law, but said it expected earnings to rise in the future.
Bill Miller, the legendary value investor (and former philosophy student), has given the largest gift ever to a philosophy department, at Johns Hopkins University.
The charge is primarily related to long-term care insurance reinsured as part of the GE Capital unit’s legacy insurance portfolio.
The head of the investment giant wants corporate America to focus on social good as well as profits, and has $6 trillion worth of negotiating leverage.
The oil giant said that it anticipated cash payments related to the 2010 disaster would be about $3 billion in 2018, up from an earlier estimate.
Tensions in Iran, record-breaking cold weather in the United States and a year of production cuts have contributed to higher prices, and they could go higher still.