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Johnson Controls on Wednesday announced its intention to explore strategic options to spin off its automotive business.
There is a growing recognition across Wall Street that the old habit of ignoring these upstarts may be foolhardy, the NYT reports.
Employees at FIFA received wages that were 34 percent higher than the average hedge fund trader, highlighting the excesses at the organization.
About two-thirds of executives have postponed or canceled vacation plans in the last year, a new study by recruitment firm Korn Ferry found.
Facebook-owned Oculus VR may have scooped itself, Re/code reports.
Twitter just added marketing to its finance chief's to-do list. In a data-driven world, the move makes sense, this software exec says.
There are 11 stocks that get the lowest rating from stock analysts on average and are expected to trade even lower, USAT reports.
Peer-to-peer rental site Airbnb is nothing more than a criminal enterprise encouraging users to break the law, says one hotel industry executive.
As Apple played up its music streaming service, many investors and consumers may have overlooked this, analyst Gene Munster said.
In contrast to previous merger booms, this recent spate of deals shouldn't necessarily be considered a barometer of a healthy economy.
India has increased pressure on its heavily indebted companies with rules that allow banks to push out business owners who fail to repay loans. The Financial Times reports.
Chinese consumers are now the world’s preeminent luxury shoppers. Brands need to speak their language.
The Business Roundtable CEO Economic Outlook Index plunged to 81.3 for the second quarter—the lowest figure since Q2 2013.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk discussed the challenge of bringing electric cars to scale and encouraging widespread adoption.
While sports franchises always look to maximize home advantage, the Tampa Bay Lightning has kicked it up a notch this year.
Apple kicked off its annual WWWDC on Monday, where it unveiled "Apple Music," the much-anticipated music streaming service.
Two mentoring programs, one on Wall Street and another from the inner-city, point up about lessons about the teachers.
By adopting "self-management," the company is building a better workplace for all of its employees.
Africa may have a large supply of commodities, but is this the answer to Africa’s economic growth—or should countries intensify efforts to diversify?