Katie Gilbert • August 30, 2016
With regional economy in a slump, top corporate leaders on Latin America Executive Team are rethinking business models and developing new products to generate growth.
Andrew Barber • August 29, 2016
Investors worry about China’s debt markets in China; Japan government pension assets fall; Icahn and Ackman exchange jabs over Herbalife.
The Editors • August 26, 2016
Activist investing in Japan, clean energy and pro sports on Twitter all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
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.
Andrew Barber • August 25, 2016
Sears, Tiffany’s earnings fall short; Mylan caves and lowers drug costs; Chinese probe high-speed trader.
Andrew Barber • August 24, 2016
Crude markets surprised by supply data; Glencore announces smaller losses; Apollo settles with SEC over fees.
Dan Weil • August 23, 2016
Deals with the four major U.S. sports leagues don’t overcome user saturation — and fatigue with the social media platform.
Andrew Barber • August 23, 2016
Brexit jitters have not shaken confidence in Eurozone; China to boost foreign investment; Kobe Bryant in new VC firm; Monsanto, Bayer deal may be on track.
Jean Rogers • August 23, 2016
Efforts to improve sustainability reporting by companies require taking an industry approach to regulatory disclosure.
Daniel Nadler • August 22, 2016
Improvements in wind and solar technology are transforming the clean energy sector from a niche business into a mature industry.
Andrew Barber • August 22, 2016
Patel to succeed Rajan at Reserve Bank of India; Pfizer circles Medivation; Jefferies’ Darby on why he’s overweight emerging markets.
Joseph Hooley • August 21, 2016
Wondering what’s going to be the next Brexit? The answer may lie hidden in the numbers.
Andrew Barber • August 19, 2016
Deere posts strong earnings; U.S. oil producers to bid for Mexican drilling rights; Department of Justice rules to wind down private prisons.
The Editors • August 12, 2016
Investor psychology, zombie companies and the Italian bank crisis all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Imogen Rose-Smith • August 11, 2016
Impact investing has largely been driven by wealthy individuals and foundations. It’s time for institutions to step up.
Andrew Barber • August 08, 2016
Games showcase global unity while underscoring diverging fortunes; Trump calls for fewer financial regulations; king-sized mattress merger announced; Wal-Mart said to take Jet.com from Amazon.
Simon Brazier, Clyde Rossouw • August 05, 2016
Companies that have strong competitive advantages in their respective industries are more likely to be on track to keep generating steady returns.
Andrew Barber • August 01, 2016
Weaker-than-forecasts GDP data alters rate-hike calculations; Uber sells China unit to local rival; European bank-stress test results reveal new concerns over Italian lender; Tesla, SolarCity deal finalized.
Andrew Barber • July 29, 2016
BOJ announces minor adjustments as yen rises; big U.S. utilities merger announced; Statoil acquires Petrobas field; Merck beats earnings estimates; Oracle to buy NetSuite.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • July 27, 2016
Investors worried that SoftBank is overpaying for ARM Holdings should remember the CEO’s success at identifying industries about to take off.
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