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A shipbuilding alliance between Italy and France to create an Airbus-style manufacturing coalition should help the European companies grab a bigger share of the competitive Asia defense market, the head of French naval contractor Naval Group said.
The U.S. Treasury Department said Wednesday it will withdraw proposed Obama-era regulations that would have made it harder for business owners to avoid estate and gift taxes.
The University of Chicago, the University of Michigan and Iowa State University are among the universities whose business schools have received eight-figure donations in the past month.
Landing a good job after college can feel like a daunting process, but new research suggests the formula is pretty simple. Get excellent grades and take as many internship experiences as possible.
Apple Inc. issued a software update Wednesday that it said addresses some cellular-connectivity issues that have affected its newest smartwatch.
Elon Musk’s announcement last week accelerating plans for manned flights to Mars ratchets up political and public relations pressure on NASA’s efforts to reach the same goal.
Verizon Communications said its top media executive, Marni Walden, will be switching to an advisory role at the end of the year and leaving the company in early 2018.
AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson said the telecommunications giant isn’t looking to bring a “telephone company culture” to Time Warne and “really screw it up” after it closes its pending $85 billion acquisition of the media company.
Google unveiled the second generation of its line of hardware devices it introduced last year, including its Pixel smartphone and Google Home speaker, touting technology upgrades and sleeker designs.
Office Depot’s $1 billion purchase of CompuCon Systems plunges it into new territory, an effort to reposition itself as a tech-support provider that isn’t as dependent on selling printer paper, toner and other office supplies.
The Trump administration has vowed to take a fresh look at a wide range of protectionist powers to help American companies. Whirlpool is testing that resolve, seeking to revive a long-dormant trade weapon to fend off foreign-made washing machines. One question: Will consumers be better off?
A subsidiary of Google parent Alphabet is nearing a deal to develop part of Toronto’s waterfront, the first major foray of the search-engine giant into the creation of high-tech urban space.
After more than three years as the marketing czar of Airbnb, Jonathan Mildenhall is departing the home-rental company where he was known for promoting diversity in advertising and guiding the brand through the controversies that came with its rapid growth.
Senators questioning Equifax’s former chief attacked the business model of the credit-reporting industry, asking why consumers shouldn’t have power over the data that the companies collect on them.
President Trump’s candidates for Fed chair offer either continuity or disruption, or a big mystery, and the choice comes down to whether he’s happy with the central bank’s policy path, Greg Ip writes.
A surprise move from the Food and Drug Administration means that a recovery for Teva Pharmaceutical Industries just got much more difficult.
Plastics maker A. Schulman is exploring a sale, according to people familiar with the matter.
When Amazon’s Echo smart speaker took off in 2015, Sonos’s sales off a cliff. Now Sonos has a new game plan: partnering with rivals. On Wednesday, it is launching its first smart speaker, powered by Alexa.
Service sector activity across the U.S. accelerated in September, signaling positive momentum in the sector powering the bulk of the U.S. labor market.
Puerto Rico bond prices fell after President Trump said the U.S. territory’s $73 billion debt load may get out wiped out to help the island recover from Hurricane Maria.