Asian stock markets traded were mixed Tuesday as investors mostly looked ahead to the weekend U.S. tariff deadline on Chinese imports and impending U.S. and European interest-rate decisions.
SoftBank’s Vision Fund has agreed to sell its nearly 50% stake in Wag Labs Inc. back to the struggling dog-walking startup, according to people familiar with the matter, marking another disappointment for the Japanese investing giant.
NortonLifeLock Inc., the $16 billion consumer-software company, has attracted deal interest from a handful of companies including rival McAfee LLC, people familiar with the matter say.
Away, an online seller of luggage that investors valued at $1.4 billion earlier this year, said Chief Executive Steph Korey is stepping down from that role.
A string of multibillion-dollar pharmaceutical deals announced over the last week call attention to a record-setting year in which drugmakers and biotechs have spent $342 billion snapping up smaller companies to bolster their pipelines.
A new report, Accelerating America’s Pledge, provides a road map for rapid and comprehensive U.S. emissions reductions by states, cities and businesses, cutting reliance on the federal government to keep the country in the global race to curb man-made climate effects.
President Donald Trump said Monday the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal is “looking good,” as he blasted a Justice Department report finding a legal basis for the FBI probe into his 2016 campaign.
What to watch after the Fed’s interest-rate committee meeting ends at 2 .pm. ET on Wednesday.
A Justice Department inspector general’s report on Monday said the Federal Bureau of Investigation was justified in opening its probe into ties between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia and didn’t act with political bias.
A recent poll of likely voters shows 61% of Americans said that the market’s rally has had little or no impact on their finances.