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.
Andrew Barber • July 27, 2016
Rumors spark selloff for Chinese stocks as yen sinks on stimulus chatter; Statoil announces more cutbacks; tech buoyed by Apple earnings and chip merger.
Kaitlin Ugolik • July 25, 2016
3-D printing stocks have had a rough few years, but analysts caution against giving up on the sector just yet.
The Editors • July 22, 2016
Fintech, Brexit, equity risk aversion and more are all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Andrew Barber • July 22, 2016
China sends message to G20; Trump paints image of decline in Cleveland; DOJ moves to block health insurance mergers.
The Editors • July 21, 2016
The Dan River coal ash spill was a call to action for Duke Energy, says CEO Lynn Good. It forced the company to focus on the larger issues of operational excellence and environmental safety.
Andrew Barber • July 20, 2016
U.S. markets remain resilient; U.K. employment improves despite Brexit fears; Monsanto rejects second Bayer bid; VW profits improve.
Andrew Barber • July 15, 2016
Europe reels as Nice attack kills more than 80; China economic data stronger than anticipated; Line trade up in public debut..
Robert Eccles • July 14, 2016
The handful of asset management firms that hold sizable holdings of fossil fuel companies have the power to make a stand against climate risk.
Udayan Gupta • July 08, 2016
Like many partnerships, venture funds have a problem transferring power to the next generation. The co-founders of Polaris Partners think they have an answer.
Andrew Barber • July 07, 2016
The pound recovers as markets calibrate future Brexit risks; Danone to increase its presence in organic markets; S&P outlook for Australia dims.
Dan Weil • July 06, 2016
Although deal volume has slipped this year, acquisitions remain the easiest way to boost revenue in a low-growth environment.
David Smith, Kwok Chern-Yeh • July 04, 2016
The work on Abenomics’ third arrow is promising so far, yet more needs to be done to ensure maximum value to shareholders.
Archie Hart • July 04, 2016
Corporate structuring and governance measures by China’s Big Three Internet companies lend insight into the country’s economic development.
Tom Buerkle • July 04, 2016
Shareholders are expected to endorse deal even though EU referendum vote has raised major political risks to its going ahead.
Andrew Barber • July 01, 2016
Infighting rages over Conservative Party leadership; Puerto Rico announces a moratorium on debt repayments; prices fall in Japan; Apple talks to Tidal; and more.
Dan Weil • June 30, 2016
Companies have used a bond boom to finance dividends and share buybacks, leaving themselves — and bondholders — more vulnerable in a downturn.
Katie Gilbert • June 29, 2016
As CEO of the world’s largest staffing agency, Alain Dehaze is doing his part to put more people to work.
S.L. Mintz • June 27, 2016
In a volatile market, many companies struggle to justify large share-repurchase programs, according to our latest Corporate Buyback Scorecard.
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