Investors are counting on new iPhones to keep average selling prices high in a no-growth market.
As China’s most famous celebrity business tycoon, Jack Ma has done more than build Alibaba into one of the world’s biggest companies—he has also helped create China’s technology boom by inspiring a generation of entrepreneurs to follow his path.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe kicked off his bid for three more years as Japan’s leader by saying he would spearhead the effort to expand trade against protectionist threats.
Swiss watchmaker and owner of the Cartier, Piaget, Van Cleef & Arpels brands, Cie. Financière Richemont, has decided that having a CEO is a good idea after all.
Eric Rosengren says continuing the current pace would push rates closer to a neutral level.
Snap Chief Strategy Officer Imran Khan is leaving, the latest senior member of CEO Evan Spiegel’s circle to exit as the social-media company faces challenges growing its number of users.
Tencent is shutting down a poker-based online game as the government increases controls on the videogame industry in China.
The world’s developed economies are set for a slowdown, although prospects for Asian giants China and India have brightened, according to leading indicators released by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Volvo Cars has extended the contract of its chief executive for two years amid growing uncertainties over plans by the company’s Chinese owner to take the Swedish premium car brand public.
It’s the missed opportunities that hurt the most, he says.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said CEO Daniel Zhang will succeed Jack Ma as chairman.
CBS CEO Leslie Moonves is stepping down amid accusations he sexually harassed and assaulted numerous women, a stunning downfall for one of the industry’s most powerful figures.
Alibaba founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma is expected to unveil a succession strategy for the company on Monday, on the occasion of his 54th birthday.
A debate is brewing inside the Federal Reserve about whether to demand big banks raise more capital as the economy heats up.
State attorneys general are emerging as the potentially most worrisome regulatory threat to big U.S. tech companies.
A new wireless era promises to transform how people use the internet, and two countries are fighting over who dominate. At stake are billions of dollars in royalties, a head start in developing new technologies and national security.