In theory, the strong economy gives the United States an edge in trade battles. But how many American firms can power through such hostilities?
The Wall Street bank is betting its brokerage business can help drive growth. Mary Schapiro, who led the S.E.C. from 2009 to 2012, may be a guide.
The activist investor’s firm, Trian, has pushed the conglomerate for change over nearly three years.
The $2.6 billion Victoria Dockside will be a modern art and design district, its developer says, combining retail, residential and commercial interests.
When the godfather of management consulting landed its biggest contract ever in Africa, it made the worst mistake in its storied nine-decade history.
Dawn Ostroff, who had been president of Condé Nast Entertainment, the publisher’s video studio, will join Spotify in August and be responsible for its content and editorial divisions.
Album, record and song of the year, and best new artist will have eight nominees instead of five, a move that could help increase the gender diversity of the artists recognized.
Officials are suppressing media mentions of Made in China 2025, the country’s three-year-old, very public plan to become a high-tech superpower.
President Trump took aim at one of his favorite American manufacturers, Harley-Davidson, a day after the company said it would shift some production overseas to avoid retaliatory tariffs.
Education debt is a priority for younger employees. A new program from the pharmaceutical company Abbott adds a twist: promoting retirement saving, too.