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A handful of Japanese companies are jockeying for position in the global rush to do business on the moon, fueled by falling launch costs and growing government spending.
The central bank is prepared to raise rates by a quarter percentage point after its two-day policy meeting concludes Wednesday. It would be the eighth such move since late 2015.
European efforts to import more liquefied natural gas are starting to pay off, moving the region further away from Russia’s energy orbit and potentially creating more opportunities for U.S. producers.
The ballyhooed sailing of a container ship shows how far the Northern Sea Route lane has to go to provide a viable alternative to traditional commercial shipping lanes between Asia and Europe.
Third-quarter prices rose 2.9%, but tenants can still find deals in major metro areas.
Uber executive Cameron Poetzscher, who played a key role in negotiating SoftBank’s investment in the ride-hailing firm, was disciplined after a probe found he had a pattern of making sexually suggestive comments about other co-workers.
Drugstore chain should consider a sale of its PBM business to help reduce debt.
CBS Corp.’s board of directors has named Richard Parsons interim chairman, and two other longtime directors have resigned, in the latest significant change in the broadcaster’s ranks, the company said.
Executives at one in 10 U.K. companies fear their businesses could go bankrupt if imports faced 10- to 30-minute customs delays due to Brexit, according to a survey.
Kaepernick ads sent the stock to a record, but solid earnings failed to further excite investors.
The owners of the last remaining nuclear-power plant under construction in the U.S. continued Tuesday to negotiate a deal to finish the half-built project. But in some ways, the choice of whether to keep going amounts to a no-win proposition.
Investors in American Outdoor Brands Corp. on Tuesday won a shareholder vote urging the top U.S. firearm maker to do more to address gun violence.
Instagram’s co-founders increasingly clashed with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over a range of issues, including recent changes to the photo-sharing app that appeared designed to promote Facebook’s growth at Instagram’s expense.
Nike posted a 10% increase in sales during the summer quarter, riding strong consumer spending in the U.S. and healthy demand outside its home market for the brand’s sneakers and athletic apparel.
Twitter plans to expand its rules to no longer allow content that treats others as subhuman in its latest attempt to replace toxic speech with healthier discourse.
Dunkin’ Brands is dropping the word “Donuts” from its flagship brand, becoming the latest company to signal a fresh approach with a new name.
Uber Technologies scored a legal victory over drivers after a federal appeals court dismantled the class-action status of a lawsuit that had sought to reclassify independent contractors as employees.
President Trump’s trade czar, Robert Lighthizer, said the U.S. and Mexico are ready to leave Canada behind in a revised North American Free Trade Agreement—and move ahead with a new version of the deal in days.
The two co-founders of Facebook’s popular Instagram app are stepping down, a move marking continued tumult at the social-networking giant.
Shares in BMW fell by as much as 6% after the luxury car maker warned that emissions-related costs, product recalls, and downward price pressure amid global trade disputes would dampen profit this year.