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The move signals that the country, Europe’s top producer, does not have full confidence in oil’s future.
Will companies invest their cash windfall from the Republican tax plans? Also, the Murdochs are in talks with suitors interested in pieces of their empire. But will they sell?
The online retailer is a rarity: A start-up that has been profitable. But investors will have to decide if it can compete with the e-commerce behemoth.
When the hurricane-ravaged island needs Washington’s help most, 2016 legislation that set up an oversight board is restricting federal authority.
Koch Industries has tentatively agreed to invest millions into Meredith’s takeover bid for the magazine publisher. Their goal is an open question.
Cerberus Capital Management’s investment in both Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank is not enough to spur a merger of the two institutions.
The proposed bond conversion could help ease a staggering debt burden that at one point threatened to push Greece out of the eurozone.
A change in course has made the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, which oversees the nation’s biggest banks, part of a campaign to roll back regulations.
The bank’s $5 billion pact with an arm of the Chinese government to make deals in the United States highlights political divisions over trade and investment.
AT&T is waiting to see if the Justice Department will sue to block its big takeover. Jeff Sessions didn’t tip his hand either way yesterday.
The notion that corporations can and should do social good is a hot topic of conversation these days, but the concept has a long, if uneven, history.
With bond prices declining, investors attracted to distressed debt see a potential payday in the troubled country’s lucrative assets.
Creditors file tens of thousands of lawsuits each year. Here are defenses that have halted collection cases.
The Senate’s overhaul would tax stock options when they are vested — a burden on start-up employees. Closing the carried-interest loophole instead makes more sense.
Silicon Valley is outraged over a proposed change to how stock options are taxed, arguing that it would decimate start-ups and hurt employees.
Business leaders talked with Andrew Ross Sorkin at the New York Times conference.
‘Trying is not the same as doing,’ said the corporate president in a call to action.
Companies are making a fortune by using personal data gleaned from the internet. They would barely notice a 1 percent tax, but it could make a better world.
Despite bankruptcies and closures of some major retail stores, others, especially retailers like Target and the parent of T.J. Maxx, are expanding.
Managing rapid change wrought by politics, technology and social media is testing the business world’s best and brightest.