United Technologies Corp. on Friday received Chinese regulatory approval for its $30 billion purchase of aircraft parts maker Rockwell Collins Inc., clearing the final hurdle to complete the largest aerospace deal in history.
General Electric Co. slashed its quarterly dividend to a penny a share, said it would restructure its power unit and that it faced a deeper accounting probe as new Chief Executive Larry Culp took his first steps to revive the struggling conglomerate.
Wells Fargo & Co. said on Wednesday it put two executives on leave in connection with ongoing regulatory reviews into the bank’s retail sales practices.
When Tesla Inc. posts third-quarter results on Wednesday, CEO Elon Musk may show off a long-promised quarterly profit, as production of his Model 3 electric sedan takes off. But the real question is whether any such gains will be sustainable.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. said on Friday that it was building a new “fintech campus” in Silicon Valley for more than 1,000 employees, as it pushes to keep abreast of changes in digital payments.
With Ford Motor Co.’s stock at nearly a nine-year low and the company squeezed by tariffs and trade tensions, Chief Executive Jim Hackett sought to restore confidence among dealers gathered in Las Vegas this week, days ahead of third-quarter results.
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday as weak earnings reports from industrials raised worries over rising expenses and the impact of tariffs, adding to concerns of higher borrowing costs after hawkish commentary in the Federal Reserve’s minutes.
Ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc. could be valued at $120 billion, when it finally goes public next year according to proposals made by U.S. banks bidding to run the offering, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
Morgan Stanley reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Tuesday, driven by higher revenue in its stock trading and equity underwriting businesses.
Bank of America Corp. reported a better-than-expected rise in quarterly profit on Monday as the second-largest U.S. lender benefited from cost cuts, while higher interest rates and loan growth helped offset weaker bond trading revenue.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Friday as gains from higher interest rates and growth in loans helped the bank offset weakness in bond trading revenue.
U.S. job growth slowed sharply in September, likely as Hurricane Florence depressed restaurant and retail payrolls, but the unemployment rate fell to near a 49-year low of 3.7 percent, pointing to a further tightening in labor market conditions.
Wells Fargo & Co. has not convinced U.S. regulators it is doing enough to repay 600,000 drivers who were wrongly pushed into buying auto insurance, a leading bank regulator said on Tuesday.
A black former Morgan Stanley broker who filed a lawsuit accusing the bank of racial bias must pursue his claims in private arbitration, a federal judge ruled on Wednesday.
Bank of America is placing trading restrictions on penny stocks as part of a policy change aimed at shielding clients from risky assets, the Wall Street bank said on Friday.
A U.S. judge on Thursday ordered Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and four other large banks to face an antitrust lawsuit by investors who said they conspired to stifle competition in the nearly $2 trillion stock lending market.
Shares of Tesla Inc. dived 13 percent in early trading on Friday as Wall Street worried a lawsuit from U.S. regulators could force CEO Elon Musk to step down and make it difficult for the loss-making carmaker to raise more capital.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is expanding the reach and funding of a group established to promote women working inside the bank to also help female clients, including entrepreneurs and individuals.
Shares of Facebook Inc. fell more than 2 percent in early trading on Tuesday after the two founders of photo-sharing app Instagram left the social networking giant under unexplained circumstances.
Wells Fargo & Co. said on Thursday it would reduce its headcount by about 5 percent to 10 percent within the next three years as part of a turnaround plan.