Warren Buffett tells CNBC he'd consider taking money out of banks, especially if negative rates charge customers to park their money in accounts. ..
Stocks were showing a broadly higher open amid subdued trading in Asia and Europe and ahead of the key nonfarm payrolls data at the end of the week. ..
Japan's Takata Corp (7312.T) is booking an additional special loss of 16.6 billion yen ($156.07 million) for the year that ended in March due to mounting recall costs for ..
Halliburton Co.’s plan to acquire rival oil-services firm Baker Hughes Inc. never had a chance. ..
Now, the oil and gas company is among the first casualties of the energy slump to exit bankruptcy and Evans has a message for its peers: even once you are debt-free you cannot ..
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said he expects global oil supply and demand to rebalance in about a year's time. Benchmark crude oil prices, which hit almost 13-year ..
London Stock Exchange Group and Deutsche Boerse may have to delay a vote on their proposed merger until after Britain's EU referendum, handing more time to Intercontinent ..
The usually close-mouthed Capital Group is speaking up on executive pay - throwing more brickbats than bouquets. "There has been this continued escalation where everybody ..
The flurry of dealing kicked off when prices pierced $45 per barrel earlier in April. While it was not clear if oil prices will remain at current levels, it may also be a sign ..
Here’s what happened during the rebound in equities that added nearly $3 trillion to U.S. share values in 10 weeks: mutual funds hoarded cash, short sellers tightened their gr ..