You know who has an awful lot of leverage in the television-entertainment industry? Kids. These tiny humans spent an average of 23 hours a week staring at a TV screen in the second quarter, according to new Nielsen data on ch
Oil rebounded from earlier losses amid signals of stronger-than-expected American demand and an International Energy Agency forecast that global supplies may be in bigger danger than previously thought. Futures rose as much 1
The world’s largest health-care products maker has settled, or is in the process of settling, about 3,300 of 10,000 lawsuits targeting its Pinnacle line of hip-replacement devices, a judge said in a Dec. 9 court filing.
The shares closed up 7.7 percent to $14 in New York, valuing the company at about $22.9 billion -- just below the market valuation of Spotify Technology SA, the Swedish peer that’s also an investor in the Chinese company.
Apple’s suppliers will consider shifting iPhone production away from China should tariffs on US imports skyrocket, but the US company plans to sit tight for now, people familiar with the company’s thinking said.
Shaktikanta Das, who has often advocated rate cuts and been pro-growth during his stint at the ministry, comes in at a time when inflation is trending lower in India amid an easing in food and energy costs.
Narendra Modi, the Indian prime minister, took two big blows in less than 24 hours. Investors should worry less about the bruises, and more about what he might do to recover from them before next year’s general elections.
Urjit Patel’s shock exit as governor of the Reserve Bank of India dealt investors another bout of monetary policy uncertainty when they were already bracing for an electoral test of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
As well, areas were considered electrified if only 10 percent of its households had power, leaving swathes of rural India still in the dark even as the village-level electrification goal was lauded as a success.