The expected deal between federal authorities and JPMorgan Chase would settle a case in which the bank is suspected of ignoring signs of Bernard L. Madoff’s Ponzi scheme. ..
For the first time in at least 19 years, the New York Stock Exchange in 2013 landed more initial public offerings of technology and Internet companies than the Nasdaq Stock Ma ..
In a lackluster spell for mergers and acquisitions, activist investors have been a rare bright spot. Aggressive investors including Elliott Management and Barington Capital Gr ..
Silicon Valley today is a huge, undulating bubble. But which companies are overvalued and which are not is the $1 billion question. ..
Members of Congress returning to work this week are plunging immediately into policy battles that will shape their campaigns for the November elections. ..
Every day during his lunch break, Chinese businessman Shen Bin buys three lottery tickets for about 33 cents apiece and then watches to see if his chosen numbers flash across ..
Zig-zagging left and right through a maze of dark, narrow corridors in a high-rise's basement, 35-year-old kitchen worker Hu has joined the many thousands of Chinese flee ..
Investors in U.S. stocks will look to Washington this week, awaiting key jobs data and minutes from the Federal Reserve's most recent meeting, when the central bank decid ..
MILAN/DETROIT (Reuters) - Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne's merger of carmakers Fiat and Chrysler will probably entail a U.S. share listing that cements North America a ..
Italian automaker Fiat SpA's shares could double in the next two years as it integrates its Detroit-based Chrysler unit and benefits from synergies in design, engineering ..