Apple Inc. hired a prominent artificial intelligence researcher from Carnegie Mellon University as it seeks to regain lost ground against competitors such as Google, Microsoft Corp. and Amazon.com Inc. in machine learning
The world’s biggest central banks are bulking up their balance sheets this year at the fastest pace since 2011’s European debt crisis to boost lackluster economic recoveries with asset purchases that are supporting stock
China has been issued another yellow card. In a report released last week, S&P Global Ratings warned that China is at risk of losing its AA-status if it doesn't rein in its debt-fueled economic growth.
Deutsche Bank AG, Germany’s biggest bank, is exploring shrinking its U.S. operations as mounting legal expenses threaten to eat into the firm’s capital, according to two people with knowledge of the matter
As clients fled during the global financial crisis, Fujino was forced to unload his stake in Rheos Capital Works Inc., give up his role as president and go back to being an employee for the first time in almost six years.
Hillary Clinton pulled in $295 million in the third quarter through a joint fundraising committee with the Democratic party, adding to her financial advantage over Donald Trump heading into the final weeks of the campaign.
Airline passengers who try to carry Samsung Electronics Co. Note 7 smartphones on flights will have them confiscated and may face fines under an emergency U.S. order that significantly expands restrictions on the devices link
All Samsung Electronics Co. Note 7 smartphones will be banned from airline flights by the U.S. government, according to a person familiar with the decision that will be a significant expansion of restrictions.
Blackstone Group LP and Singapore sovereign fund GIC Pte were shortlisted to purchase a 40 percent stake in the rental property arm of DLF Ltd., India’s largest listed developer, people with knowledge of the matter said.
The much-touted reform of state-owned companies in China is really happening. Before investors celebrate, however, they should take a look at their portfolios. Anyone holding bonds of one of the companies targeted may have re
It was not too long ago when South Korea’s two biggest conglomerates -- Samsung Group and Hyundai Motor Group -- were hailed as the country’s high-octane economic engines. Now they’re sources of concern as the nation’