Bombardier Inc. will cut an additional 7,500 jobs -- more than 10 percent of its workforce -- as the maker of trains and airplanes accelerates a restructuring plan after taking on billions of dollars of debt developing its ma
China is set to overtake the U.S. to become the world’s largest aviation market by passengers by 2024 as more people take to the skies domestically and internationally, according to the International Air Transport Associati
Hillary Clinton's slogan -"Stronger Together" - is less rousing but at least it's targeted at a majority. Like almost everything in this campaign, it is shaped by the outlandish anomaly of Trump's candidacy.
When MetLife Inc was looking for a lovable face in the 1980s to appeal to individual customers, the cartoon character Snoopy was just the right beagle. Now that the company is exiting the US retail market and focusing on grou
On the verge of last month's release of Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years, a Ron Howard-directed film showing live performances of The Beatles, a surprising lawsuit was filed by the company assigned Sid Bernstein's intell
Nestle SA, the world’s biggest food company, cut its full-year forecast after nine-month revenue rose at the weakest pace in more than a decade, hurt by slowing growth in emerging markets and deflation in most of Europe and
BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest money manager, has been increasing positions in Indian local-currency bonds in the past two months, lured by attractive carry returns and the prospect for more monetary easing.
In a darkened master bedroom, David Kaiserman stood in shirtsleeves next to a turned-down king bed. “Good morning, Siri,” he said to the iPad in his hand, and the lights went on while the blackout shades retracted.
Oil rose to a 15-month high in New York after the Energy Information Administration reported that US crude inventories fell last week and Saudi Arabia’s energy minister said many nations are willing to join OPEC output cuts
Saudi Arabia is planning to raise as much as $17.5 billion in the biggest bond sale ever from an emerging-market nation, according to two people with knowledge of the offering, as it seeks to shore up finances battered by the
Nissan Motor Co. and Renault SA Chairman Carlos Ghosn is set to add that title at Mitsubishi Motors Corp., according to people with knowledge of the matter, putting him on track to become the first executive to head three dif
Inside this four-bedroom stucco house in Alameda, California, Kaiserman, president of the technology division at construction company Lennar Corp., was pitching a vision of a home controlled via iPhone or iPad.
The US presidential election has made everything feel radioactive; biotech stocks are no exception. A single Hillary Clinton tweet decrying high drug prices sent the Nasdaq Biotech Index (NBI) down 4.7 percent in one day in S
You spend more time at your job than anywhere else. Hosts Rebecca Greenfield and Sam Grobart take a close look at the way we live our lives at work—our frustrations, dilemmas, habits, and anything else that happens in the o
A Saudi prince has been executed after he was convicted of murder, a punishment that’s being seen as an attempt to assure Saudis that all are equal before law at a time of unprecedented change in the conservative kingdom.
Essar Global, the holding company of India’s billionaire Ruia brothers, plans to repay about $2.1 billion owed to Standard Chartered Plc after agreeing to sell control of its refinery business, people with knowledge of the
At the conclusion of last week’s town hall debate, a participant asked the presidential candidates to “name one positive thing that you respect in one another.” Hillary Clinton cited Donald Trump’s children while Trum