Federal regulators are poised to approve Charter Communications’ $55 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable, but they will force the merged company to live up to stringent obligations that don’t apply to its bigger rivals.in a day
BP’s fatal blowout in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 continues to haunt the company, dragging its quarterly earnings to a second consecutive loss and overshadowing progress on lowering costs that prompted shares to jump 3%.
The five Eastern states voting in Tuesday's primaries are expected to yield more victories for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains what wins by the front-runners could mean for the Democratic and GOP races. Photo: AP
Donald Trump is poised to sweep five states’ GOP primaries on Tuesday, but his rivals are already looking ahead to next week’s contest in Indiana, which may be their last chance to keep him from clinching the nomination.75in a day
Many companies, including auto makers, are starting to look at 3-D printing for their supply chains. Ford is experimenting with an alternative to the widely used technology that prints objects layer by layer, a slow process that also creates fault lines that can crack.in a day
Toshiba said it would write down the goodwill value of its nuclear power-plant business, including U.S. subsidiary Westinghouse Electric, after years of criticism that the company’s outlook on the business was too optimistic.in a day
In a sweeping speech about U.S.-European relations, the president also detailed his vision for a unified Europe and outlined plans to send up to 250 more U.S. military personnel to Syria.152in 18 hours
A government that controls Libya’s eastern half said its oil company has loaded its first shipment of oil over the objections from the North African nation’s internationally recognized oil company.in 21 hours