New York Times Business
1 hour 20 minutes ago
Dataminr, software that analyzes Twitter postings for patterns that indicate breaking news, became commercially available to news organizations on Tuesday.
2 hours ago
Jürgen Fitschen and several former leaders of the bank have been accused of colluding to give false testimony in a long-running lawsuit over the collapse of a bank client’s media empire.
2 hours 16 minutes ago
Disappointing economic figures from the eurozone contributed to a slide overseas.
2 hours 34 minutes ago
The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in September, the data firm Markit said, matching the previous month’s growth rate, which had been the fastest in more than four years.
4 hours 22 minutes ago
How the tech billionaire came to own 87,000 acres, three hotels, a wastewater treatment plant, a cemetery and 380 cats.
4 hours 39 minutes ago
Ray Ozzie, onetime chief software architect at Microsoft, has a way to make phone conversations as permanent and searchable as other Internet communication.
4 hours 57 minutes ago
A business owner offers some of his favorite entrepreneurial lessons taken from movies. “I’ve worked in the private sector. They expect results!”
5 hours 46 minutes ago
It is the highest fine ever imposed by the Financial Conduct Authority, or its predecessor agency, for failing to properly segregate client accounts, potentially putting them at risk if the company were to become insolvent.
6 hours 58 minutes ago
The survey showed that business activity in September was still expanding, but just barely, with the index falling to its lowest level this year.
7 hours 7 minutes ago
The Dutch electronics giant will split its businesses into two companies focused on health care and technology and on lighting, and then move the lighting business into a separate company.
7 hours 23 minutes ago
Times have been tough for discount retailers and their customers — and thrilling for a merger-happy Wall Street.
8 hours 56 minutes ago
The British shoe company is expected to sell at least 25 percent of the capital of its new holding company, Jimmy Choo Limited, in an offering that could value the company at about $1 billion. The listing is expected in October.
Big hardware firms like EMC are looking at a range of possible transactions as they pursue relevance and growth.
Russia, which was supposed to be a growth market for Wall Street, is turning out to be a potential financial and political nightmare amid the Ukraine situation and America’s sanctions.
Frederick J. Ryan Jr., the new publisher of The Washington Post, is known for his style and social connections — in many ways the polar opposite of Jeff Bezos, the owner.