Gunshots were heard in the offices of the Mayfull Food Corporation in Taipei, Taiwan. In a seventh-floor conference room, two men lay dead or dying.
The court did the right thing by shredding the Staples-Office Depot deal, a former FTC commissioner said Wednesday.
Mergers and acquisitions activity may not pick up until President Barack Obama leaves the Oval Office, Robert Kindler says.
Syngenta on Wednesday named J. Erik Fyrwald, chief executive of U.S. chemistry distribution company Univar Inc, as CEO from June 1.
Most companies are feeling all right about their business, but weak sales growth is making M&A synergies attractive, Roger Altman says.
Is China's richest man, Jack Ma, buying storied Italian football club A.C. Milan? Ma himself is pleading ignorance.
Real estate is a prime play for sovereign wealth funds as stocks remain unpredictable, an expert on public asset ownership revealed.
Hollywood has set its sights on China but filmmakers in the world's second-largest economy are stepping up efforts to carve a niche in the U.S.
Anyone suffering deja vu while watching Mitsubishi's top execs admit the company cheated on fuel economy tests should not be surprised.
Small changes by businesses and consumers can make a big difference in saving the lives of animals worldwide, Wayne Pacelle says.
Three years after Detroit became the largest U.S. city to enter bankruptcy, investment in the Motor City is accelerating. Reporter Kate Rogers goes to Michigan to meet start-up entrepreneurs to see where the new jobs are and what is working in Motown.
Noble Group has had a difficult year after criticism of its accounting practices hit the stock, but at least one analyst is bullish.
Prices of LNG are hovering around 18-year-lows, but the outlook for the industry is still solid, an Australian minister suggests.
Weaker-than-expected demand has hit the once-buoyant liquefied natural gas (LNG) market, but the slump is attracting new customers.
Got yourself a dissatisfied wannabe scientist or hairstylist at home? Don't worry, KidZania is likely heading your way.
Fitch Ratings believes strongly that China has the administrative and financial resources to avoid a disruptive slowdown to near-zero growth.
Heather Lowe, Legal Counsel & Director of Government Affairs, Global Financial Integrity, walks through the ways that the rich and powerful of the world hide and move their money around the world.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest on the Panama Papers leak including a response from the accused law firm Mossack Fonseca.
Steven Winoker, Bernstein senior analyst, explains his downgrade of General Electric.
Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management, and Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global discuss which companies and industries benefit from a weaker dollar with Brian Sullivan.