Nissan Slashes Forecasts on Weak Demand
The results showed the auto maker struggling to overhaul its business, hurt both by a downturn in the global auto industry and turmoil within the company in the year since the arrest of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn.
Google Amasses Medical Records of Millions of People
Google is teaming with one of the country's largest health-care systems on an ambitious project named "Project Nightingale" to collect and crunch detailed health information of millions of Americans across 21 states.
Vodafone Ups Profit Guidance
Vodafone raised its earnings forecasts for 2020, benefiting from the acquisition of Liberty Global assets in Europe and the sale of its New Zealand operations.
Anglo American Sees Mixed Output Forecasts
Anglo American raised production guidance for its Minas Rio iron-ore operation in Brazil, but cut forecasts for its Kumba iron-ore project in South Africa and metallurgical coal output for the next two years.
Kimberly-Clark Switches Major Ad Duties From WPP to Accenture Interactive
Kimberly-Clark named Accenture Interactive as the lead creative agency for its baby and child-care products, supporting global marketing initiatives and handling the business in the U.S., Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Chinese Consumers Get Their Mojo Back
Chinese consumers and stocks dependent on them have had a rough two years, but as shares such as Alibaba rebound, there could be light at the end of the tunnel.
Boomers Want to Stay Home. Senior Housing Now Faces a Budding Glut
The rise of technologies that help the elderly stay in their homes threatens to upend one of commercial real estate's biggest bets: Aging baby boomers will leave their residences in droves for senior housing.
McKinsey Bankruptcy Unit Faces Criminal Probe
A McKinsey unit faces mounting legal and court challenges as the giant consulting firm attempts to defend its bankruptcy-advisory business.
Balderton Raises $400 Million to Invest in Europe's Burgeoning Startup Scene
Balderton Capital, one of Europe's largest venture-capital firms, has raised $400 million for its seventh fund.
Alibaba Racks Up Record Sales on World's Biggest Shopping Day
Alibaba reached a new sales milestone during China's Singles Day shopping festival, as the e-commerce giant sold 268.4 billion yuan ($38.3 billion) worth of goods, up 26% from its previous record of 213.5 billion yuan, or about $30.8 billion, set last year.