China’s yuan fell to its weakest level against the dollar in more than two years on Friday, extending a decline driven by the prospect of a slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy.
Samsung said on Thursday it will freeze its employees’ salaries this year, and more.
Bill Winters, a former deputy to chief James Dimon, is the latest ex-executive to helm a large financial firm, U.K. bank Standard Chartered.
Amazon’s streaming videogame-streaming site Twitch has begun broadcasting online poker games with players fielding questions from viewers and talking through their strategy in real time.
With gasoline prices down 33% from a year ago and buyers cooling toward electric vehicles, Nissan dealers worry that weak demand for used electric Leaf cars will put a flood of used models on the market.
How we govern our corporations plays a central role in the strength and health of our global economy.
The three largest U.S. tobacco companies will pay a total of $100 million to settle hundreds of federal lawsuits in Florida, though much litigation remains in the state courts.
The WSJ’s Billion Dollar Startup Club has identified 73 private companies that have been valued at $1 billion or more by venture capitalists. Here are two members of the club. Explore the full list at wsj.com/billionclub.
United Continental’s management sent a dramatic safety warning to its pilots last month, calling for stepped-up compliance following several serious incidents caused by cockpit errors.
A widespread work stoppage by Brazilian truckers is roiling global soybean markets, boosting prices that had been deflated for months by soaring production.
The Nasdaq Composite Index’s longest winning streak in more than five years ended with a whimper at the hands of a surprising culprit: a pullback in the world’s most valuable company.
Net Neutrality revolves around a key question: should internet bandwidth be treated equally for everyone? Here's a look at the debate.
Eurozone finance ministers approved a four-month extension to Greece’s bailout, but the IMF says Athens faces hurdles before getting new cash.
Marking a continued makeover following last year’s devastating cyberattack, Sony Pictures named a new head of its movie business who is expected to focus more on franchise pictures and the global marketplace.
In a new study in the journal Lancet, three men who completely lost the use of their hands because of devastating nerve damage were fitted with robotic hands they can control with their thoughts.