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.
Google Is Collecting Personal Health Data 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.
WeWork in Talks to Hire T-Mobile CEO
WeWork's parent company is in discussions with T-Mobile CEO John Legere to take over leadership of the troubled office-sharing startup.
Mall of America Wants Control of Empty Sears Store
Mall of America already lost its Sears store to bankruptcy. Now the big Bloomington, Minn., mall wants the space back.
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.
FAA Eyed Ordering Southwest to Idle 38 Jets Over Records
Southwest is flying more than three dozen jets without final verification that they meet all mandatory federal safety standards, government documents show.
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.
Food-Delivery Bid Is a Taste Test for Investors
A hostile $6.3 billion offer for British takeout-ordering site Just Eat is on a difficult side of the debate about growth versus profitability at tech companies.
Amazon's Heavy Recruitment of Chinese Sellers Puts Consumers at Risk
The giant retail platform has included listings for banned, unsafe, counterfeit, mislabeled products. One reason: It aggressively wooed China's manufacturers to cut out the middleman and sell directly to Americans.
Adidas to Close Sneaker Factory in the U.S., Move Production to Asia
Adidas plans to close its only sneaker factories in the U.S. and Germany, shifting cutting-edge automated footwear production to Asia and reversing an effort to make products closer to shoppers in the West.