Frances Denmark • September 15, 2016
In a room filled with famous hedge fund managers, the understated but high-performing pension manager draws a big crowd.
Allen T. Cheng • September 12, 2016
Fund managers are looking to mainland China’s economy for direction after sharp declines on major stock exchanges have hit the industry.
Dan Weil • September 12, 2016
Skeptics of loans from asset management firms fear what will happen to the burgeoning market during the next credit crisis.
Andrew Barber • September 12, 2016
Complacent markets give way to anxious ones; Clinton discloses a case of pneumonia; Industrial gas merger called off; HP to buy Samsung printer business.
Shanna Cleveland • September 11, 2016
There is still time for the oil and gas giant to engage with its shareholders over climate risk, but the clock is ticking down.
The Editors • September 09, 2016
China’s sovereign wealth fund, Apple’s labor woes and Carl Icahn’s Cheniere bet all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Andrew Barber • September 09, 2016
Markets flag after Draghi downplays further easing; Chinese inflation remains tame; Wells Fargo fined over fictitious accounts; China’s new railway boom.
Andrew Barber • September 08, 2016
Bonds rally in advance of policy statement; HP to spinoff its software business; Malone’s Liberty takes Formula One.
Andrew Barber • September 07, 2016
Markets react to a lower chance of Fed action this month; Apple to debut new products in major event; U.S. Department of Education shuts down ITT Tech.
Bas van der Schot • September 06, 2016
Dutch cartoonist Bas van der Schot depicts Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's precarious position.
Anne Szustek • August 30, 2016
Indrawati, who recently returned from the World Bank to reprise her role as Finance minister, is known as a reformer and a tax hawk.
Andrew Barber • August 30, 2016
Equities drift higher as polls suggest Clinton has upper hand; Apple faces big EU tax bill; Mondelez walks from Hershey takeover.
Frances Denmark • August 29, 2016
The 401(k) plans that Trump and Clinton provide for their employees offer a glimpse of the presidential contenders’ real views.
Andrew Barber • August 26, 2016
Fed chair talks monetary toolkit at Jackson Hole; deflation persists in Japan; Pew says state pension shortfall nears $1 trillion; Rouseff impeachment begins.
Jean Rogers • August 23, 2016
Efforts to improve sustainability reporting by companies require taking an industry approach to regulatory disclosure.
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