A new study suggests that high college costs may have exacerbated the foreclosure crisis. Read full story.
A compromise among Toys “R” Us Inc., its lenders and creditors has won court approval, making way for creditors to receive at least 22 cents on the dollar. Read full story.
Top administration officials are devising new penalties to hit back more forcefully at state-sponsored hackers of critical infrastructure to deter attacks such as the successful penetration of U.S. utilities by Russian agents last year. Read more.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is appointing a new global co-head of its trading arm, ending months of leadership uncertainty in its largest and most challenged division. Read more.
A magnitude 7.0 quake has killed at least 82 people, injured hundreds and displaced thousands of others on and around the popular tourist island of Lombok, disaster officials reported early Monday local time. Read more.
As Apple becomes the first $1 trillion U.S. company, what were the first companies to reach the $100 billion and $500 billion milestones? Read full story.
U.S. stocks on Friday end the week on a high note and the S&P 500 and Dow record a fifth weekly gain in a row, largely underpinned by solid earnings reports throughout the week, shaking off some weakness in July employment and trade-war anxieties. Read the full...
The U.S. posted another solid spurt in hiring in July, showing that companies are still able to find enough workers to meet the growing needs of a rapidly expanding U.S. economy. Some 157,000 new jobs were created last month and the unemployment rate fell to 3.9%....
Expect a higher price-to-earnings ratio as services revenue booms. Read the story.
For hardware companies these days, success following an initial public offering depends on an ability to convince investors that the business is about more than just the sale of a physical product. Read the story.