Wall Street Journal
2 hours 21 minutes ago
The dispute focuses on whether public exchanges should be given preference over other venues when it comes to executing stock trades.
2 hours 32 minutes ago
The Justice Department offered a lengthy defense of its antitrust settlement that allowed the merger of American Airlines' AMR and US Airways, calling the deal a 'major victory for American consumers.'
2 hours 45 minutes ago
A consortium including Blackstone Group and TPG is preparing to bid roughly $5.5 billion this week for engineering and manufacturing company Gates Global Inc.
3 hours 22 minutes ago
An official of the Deutsche Bundesbank has criticized new Federal Reserve rules that are designed to strengthen the capital position of European banks operating in the U.S., but which some European bankers claim are unfair.
3 hours 36 minutes ago
Private-equity firm Insight Venture Partners is nearing a deal to buy influential investor-advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services Inc.
4 hours 20 minutes ago
Executive board member Sabine Lautenschläger dismissed criticism that the ECB is doing too little about the risks of low inflation, saying the central bank has tools including negative interest rates and asset purchases that it can deploy.
4 hours 46 minutes ago
Herbalife reiterated there is no merit to the accusations made by Pershing Square about its business model, following a news article about the fund's push for lawmakers and regulators to investigate the nutritional-supplements maker.
5 hours 6 minutes ago
Puerto Rico plans to sell its record $3 billion in bonds at yields between 8.625% and 8.875% with the deal pricing with an 8% coupon, investors said.
5 hours 19 minutes ago
General Motors Co. said Anton "Tony" Valukas will lead its internal investigation into why the auto maker waited almost a decade to recall vehicles for faulty ignition switches that have been linked to 13 deaths.
6 hours 1 minute ago
Verizon Communications Inc. is back in the bond market, shopping debt to investors in what will likely be its largest U.S. sale since its mammoth $49 billion bond deal in September.
6 hours 41 minutes ago
AMCOL International Corp. agreed to sell itself to Minerals Technologies Inc. for about $1.7 billion in cash after rival Imerys dropped out of the bidding war.
7 hours 43 minutes ago
Mt. Gox, the struggling Japanese bitcoin exchange, has filed for bankruptcy protection in a U.S. court.
8 hours 20 minutes ago
Safeway's $9.4 billion sale to the owner of Albertsons means that, after years of shrinking, it will be part of something bigger. But can Safeway operate more like a local grocer?
8 hours 23 minutes ago
Sbarro LLC filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the pizza chain's second stint through Chapter 11 in less than three years.
8 hours 32 minutes ago
The share of new homes being built as rental apartments is at the highest level in at least four decades, as an improving jobs picture spurs younger Americans to form their own households but tighter lending standards make it more difficult to buy.