There may be some benefit to drinking an ice-cold beer after exercise, experts say, but probably not as much as some athletes would like to believe.
Hillary Clinton’s Wall Street overhaul campaign proposal includes stricter rules on the “shadow banking” industry that has grown rapidly outside the traditional financial sector.
Computer shipments dropped again in the third quarter as PC makers didn’t receive much of a boost from Microsoft’s new Windows 10 operating system.
Marketplace lenders like Lending Club and On Deck are growing fast—and expensively.
Portfolio manager Chris Davis explains to Jack Otter that investors often have trouble separating price and value, and says that oil stocks and big financial companies might be the place to invest now.
Investigators looking into last year’s data breach and theft of drivers’ records from Uber Technologies have found indictions implicating an executive at rival ride-hailing app Lyft.
Starbucks will begin accepting Apple Pay in some U.S. stores this year, and will roll out the payment service to all company-owned U.S. locations by the end of 2016.
Three of the most powerful men in world soccer, including embattled FIFA President Sepp Blatter, received provisional bans of 90 days from the sport’s governing body, pending the outcome of a Swiss criminal investigation.
Alphabet Inc. Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat said Google’s recent reorganization into a holding company isn’t about cutting costs.
Meituan.com and Dianping Holdings are nearing a merger that would create a company with a combined value of more than $15 billion, creating the country’s biggest online-to-offline provider of services ranging from movie tickets to restaurant bookings.
Zendesk unveiled a feature that analyzes billions of data points to head off grumbling customers before they reach the breaking point.
Goldman Sachs plans to disseminate its quarterly earnings statement next week through its website and Twitter feed, eschewing the independent business wires.
Samsung surprised the market with an estimate of sharply higher third-quarter earnings. The WSJ’s Yun-Hee Kim breaks down the factors that drove the company’s strong profit growth.
Formula One commercial chief Bernie Ecclestone said Tuesday the motor sport series could be sold this year and there are three interested buyers.
Six former brokers with nicknames including “Lord Libor” and “Big Nose” helped convicted bank trader Tom Hayes rig interest rate benchmarks for financial reward, a London court heard on the first day of a criminal trial.