Alrosa is not a household name, but it is a dominant force in mining and wants to increase its sales in the United States.
The United States exported $11.5 billion in agricultural products to the European Union last year.
The Information Commissioner’s Office said it was fining Facebook 500,000 pounds — the maximum allowed — for letting Cambridge Analytica harvest users’ information without their consent.
Mr. Sorrell and his new firm, S4 Capital, beat out the advertising giant, his former company, for the purchase of MediaMonks
A Kentucky couple realized that restaurants have an unusual power to help addicted people recover, and created DV8 Kitchen to hire, train and encourage them.
The wholly owned operation, based in Shanghai, would be the first overseas factory for the automaker’s electric vehicles.
In his years on a federal appellate court, Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh tended to side with business on cases involving the environment, technology and consumer protection.
Allen & Company’s annual conference is a haven for mergers and acquisitions. Here are some of the deals that this year’s attendees may be interested in striking.
Sun Yian was seen as the country’s way into the huge Chinese tech boom. Instead, his disappearance has raised questions about Canada’s eagerness for deals.
Trump’s new choice, Brett Kavanaugh, would make the Supreme Court more conservative. Here’s what his confirmation could mean for business.