Two Texas hospital giants said they are in merger talks that would combine dominant hospital systems in two of the nation’s largest metropolitan markets, one of the latest signs of the consolidation reshaping the health-care industry.
The President of the Boston Federal Reserve, Eric Rosengren, said the central bank will likely need ‘mildly restrictive’ monetary policy to ward off imbalances in the economy.
British Finance Minister Philip Hammond says the UK had the fiscal capacity to cope with leaving the EU with no agreement. Meanwhile a new survey shows the Brexit vote has been costing the economy. Laura Frykberg reports.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said a new free trade agreement with Canada and Mexico would support hundreds of thousands of U.S. jobs, marking it as a victory in his push to reshape the lines of global commerce.
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk has settled with the Securities and Exchange Commission, days after the SEC sued him following his rejection of an earlier deal over allegedly misleading tweets. Antony Currie and Richard Beales explore the implications for the $50 bln electric-car maker.
British bank Standard Chartered Plc is bracing for a possible new fine of about $1.5 billion as a result of previous Iranian sanctions violations, Bloomberg reported on Monday.
Ford Motor Co said Monday it is "very encouraged" by an announcement of a revised free trade deal reached late Sunday between the United States, Canada and Mexico -- an agreement likely to remove significant uncertainty from automakers who feared a collapse of trading rules.
Growth in factory activity slowed across Europe and Asia in September, with export orders weakening before the latest escalation in the U.S.-China trade conflict, but was little changed in the Americas.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday touted the newly reached trade deal with Canada and Mexico that will replace NAFTA as a massive job engine, creating positions across the manufacturing, agriculture, technology and financial services sectors.
General Electric Co ousted Chief Executive Officer John Flannery in a surprise move on Monday, replacing him with outsider and board member Larry Culp, and said it would take a roughly $23-billion charge to write off goodwill in its power division, primarily from a large 2015 acquisition.
The International Monetary Fund appointed Harvard University’s Gita Gopinath, one of the leading scholars in exchange rates, sovereign debt and capital flows, as its new chief economist.
Wall Street got off to a strong start of the fourth quarter on Monday, with industrials and automotive stocks leading a broad rally after a last-minute deal to salvage NAFTA as a trilateral pact.
Incoming Mexican foreign minister Marcelo Ebrard on Monday said the government that takes office in December will promote an active industrial policy to help small companies adapt to rules in the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement trade deal.
Tesla shares soared after Elon Musk reversed course and settled with U.S. securities regulators over the weekend, a surprising decision that put to rest the threat of his removal from a company inseparable from his name.
A last-minute agreement between the United States and Canada to rescue a trilateral NAFTA accord with Mexico drove up global stock markets and the Canadian dollar on Monday.
German conglomerate Thyssenkrupp on Monday defended a landmark deal to split into two as concerns mounted over whether the plans, which will result in a 1 billion euro ($1.2 billion) tax hit, go far enough.