DuPont, Verizon, and Yahoo stocks are making headlines this Tuesday morning on Wall Street.
After meeting with President-elect Donald Trump, Bayer and Monsanto pledged jobs and investment, but is this spending new?
PhosAgro CEO Andrey Guryev discusses the prospects for his company in the coming year.
PhosAgro CEO Andrey Guryev discusses Russia's relationship with global superpowers China and the U.S.
Syngenta CEO Erik Fyrwald discusses his upcoming deal with ChemChina.
Luke Kissam, Albemarle CEO, discusses the demand for lithium due to the growing need for batteries.
Jonas Oxgaard, Sanford C. Bernstein weighs in on what's boosting the material sector, including China's consumption of commodities.
Regulations play a big role in how we invest and innovate, says Mark Costa, Eastman Chemical chairman & CEO, sharing his thoughts on what kinds of regulations makes sense for business.
Andrew Liveris, Dow Chemical chairman & CEO, talks about the need for tax reform and how it will enable American companies to become more competitive. Also Liveris explains why he is optimistic about the economic growth.
Don't use the Clean Air Act to "regulate us," says Andrew Liveris, Dow Chemical chairman & CEO, talking about Dow's top issue. Let's get a better regulation in place. Also Liveris shares his thoughts on the need for tax reform and trade.
DuPont eliminated retirement health benefits, including dental and life insurance for all employees under the age of 50, reports USA Today.
From a currency point of view, in the short-term Brexit works for Johnson Matthey, however the future remains uncertain, says the chemicals firm’s CEO, Robert MacLeod.
PhosAgro CEO Andrey Guryev talks about how Donald Trump’s presidency will beneficially impact Russia’s relationship with the U.S. and for business.
Following its latest earnings release, PhosAgro CEO Andrey Guryev talks about the challenges the business faces and its outlook going forward.
Lanxess CEO, Matthias Zachert talks about the transformation within the specialty chemicals company and its change in strategy.
Belgian chemicals firm Solvay has raised its guidance saying it expects double-digit EBITDA growth for the fourth quarter of 2016. Its CFO, Karim Hajjar discusses.
World's largest pesticides maker expects the deal to stretch into the first quarter of next year.
AkzoNobel CFO, Maëlys Castella, reflects on the chemicals company’s latest earnings and the challenges it faces at present.
Monsanto reported a surprise adjusted profit, helped by a drop in expenses and higher corn seed volumes.
Peder Holk Nielsen, CEO of Novozymes, discusses how the company is performing and from where growth will come.