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The companies are said to be in advanced talks on a deal that would value the coal assets at close to $10 billion.
The attack stemmed from Lockbit 3.0 ransomware and two tactics targeting the users of services managed by Citrix, Treasury officials say.
Major stock indexes opened lower but later recouped some of their declines. Boeing rose 4%.
FDIC Hires Independent Firm to Conduct Assessment Into Alleged Harassment and Discrimination at Agency
Chairman Martin Gruenberg says bad workplace behavior at the bank regulator won’t be tolerated. The announcement came within hours of the publication of a Wall Street Journal investigation.
Energy traders hope OPEC will prop up a slumping oil market.
Thanks to higher interest rates and bond yields, it is likely safe for new retirees to spend 4% of their nest eggs in their first year of retirement, according to new research from Morningstar.
Are Chinese consumers clawing their way back, or not? Shiseido’s plummeting China sales—and stock price—are a vote for the latter.
Companies see few reasons to rush to publicly list shares, with recent IPOs trading lower.
CAA Evolution aims to compete with the likes of LionTree and the Raine Group.
Alternative lenders can reap rewards from refinancing and recapitalizing firms, though they also risk fueling a kind of Ponzi scheme.
Sorting through the details of both options and how to decide which is best for you.
The Asian country’s economic influence won’t grow endlessly as its overseas-investment and energy-demand growth slow down.
Investors are embracing stocks and eyeing a year-end rally in markets.
The couple, longtime Stanford Law professors, hovered nearby for their son’s rise and then for his fall. Now they face their own legal headaches.
How to know when it is time to take your portfolio off autopilot.
Ex-FTX lawyer Can Sun and other former company executives want the new exchange to allow customers to verify holdings at any time.
Green-energy transition requires increasing supplies, but demand is waning.
Owning “Call of Duty” gives Microsoft ammo to boost its game subscription service—and could upend the industry’s business model.
Many investors are taking a second look at bonds. Here are some options to consider.
TPG-backed hospital operator Columbia Asia has agreed to buy Asia-focused private hospital group Ramsay Sime Darby Health Care for 5.7 billion ringgit ($1.2 billion).