“Women’s Work,” published in 1981, drew an enormous advance for a first-time novelist. It told of an adwoman who was not unlike its author.
The Music Modernization Act moves one step closer to law. It aims to bring analog-era music copyright law into the digital age.
The Federal Reserve gave clean bills of health to top banks, but told Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to freeze shareholder payouts at last year’s levels.
Shares of the largest banks closed down Wednesday for the 13th straight trading day.
Regulators charged a second former Equifax worker, accusing him of buying stock options before the breach of 140 million consumers’ data became public.
In a rare move, French authorities charged Lafarge SA, one of France’s biggest companies, with financing the Islamic State and endangering the lives of its employees.
China’s stock market has fallen into a bear market and the currency is tumbling on worries about tariffs and China’s efforts to rein in domestic debt.
Sales of motor coaches are rising, including at the highest end, where prices can top $2 million. Owners find comfort in exclusive enclaves.
Would you expect anything less from Chrissy Teigen’s husband?
The purchase of PillPack, an online pharmacy, is the latest sign of Amazon’s increasing interest in health care.