Apple Inc. said proposed U.S. tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods would affect several of its products including the Apple Watch, hurting American consumers and putting the company at a competitive disadvantage.
Intel and a handful of tech giants are invoking one of the White House’s priorities—leadership in an emerging wireless technology known as 5G—to argue against adding tariffs on $200 billion in goods from China.
President Trump said tariffs on another $267 billion in Chinese goods are ready to go and could be rolled out on short notice, reinforcing earlier threats and signaling no end in sight for the growing trade dispute.
An international tribunal found Ecuador violated a treaty with the U.S. by allowing its court system to issue a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron in an environmental case.
Strong hiring and a pickup in wage growth last month are likely to reinforce the Federal Reserve’s plan to continue gradually raising interest rates as the U.S. economy enters its 10th year of expansion.
Toyota Motor said it would suspend production at more than a dozen Japanese assembly plants after an earthquake cut power to a key parts factory in northern Japan.
Two months after announcing plans to acquire CA Technologies, Broadcom explained its strategy. Investors seemed receptive, if not fully convinced.
The New York hedge fund led by Paul Singer laid the groundwork for what could be a public battle over corporate reform at South Korea’s second-largest conglomerate.
The pace of hiring picked up in August, American workers’ paychecks grew strongly and the unemployment rate held steady, showing ongoing strength in the labor market.
The prospect of resolving the U.S. trade battle with China is fading as the White House draws closer to a deal to revise the North American Free Trade Agreement. The outcomes are related, U.S. officials say.
Walmart’s plan to sell high-end hiking, camping and other outdoor gear on its website hasn’t started well, a sign of the challenges the discount chain faces as it tries to stretch further into Amazon.com’s territory.
The eurozone’s economy slowed slightly in the three months through June as imports jumped despite weak household spending, with few signs that a rebound is in prospect soon.
British Airways’ owner said the airline has been hit by a cyberhack, with the personal data of customers who booked flights on the carrier’s website stolen, the latest in a string of corporate data breaches.
Broadcom Inc. on Thursday posted the sixth straight quarter of profit, more than doubling from the prior year as stronger demand for products used in data centers continues to drive sales growth.
Daniel Loeb's hedge fund launched a proxy fight to replace Campbell Soup’s entire board after it was underwhelmed by the company’s plan to sell two business units.
Twitter Inc. on Thursday said it permanently banned Alex Jones and his website Infowars, effectively taking away one of the last few online microphones available to the right-wing provocateur.