10/08/15 - 11:09 AM EDT
Analysts say a deal would benefit both companies, but could Dell raise the $40 billion in debt that would be needed?
10/06/15 - 11:00 AM EDT
DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman’s interim replacement Edward Breen is likely to intrigue activist investors like Nelson Peltz, who has tried and so far failed to break up DuPont.
10/02/15 - 05:07 PM EDT
Worker rejection of a UAW-endorsed contract illustrates the growing tension in Detroit six years removed from the restructuring, giving investors something else to worry about.
09/28/15 - 11:16 AM EDT
The aluminum giant has invested nearly $5 billion over the past four years to build up its finished-products operation. Now, it will become separate publicly traded company.
09/23/15 - 11:13 AM EDT
Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne has been frustrated in his efforts to find a merger partner. With regulators out for Volkswagen's blood, the Fiat CEO might finally succeed.
09/18/15 - 09:44 AM EDT
After missing earnings estimates for a second straight quarter, the shipping giant needs to absolutely, positively make its acquisitions start returning some value.
09/11/15 - 09:59 AM EDT
Northrop Grumman, CACI International and other government contractors have become more vulnerable since the great recession. A looming shutdown could have a major impact.
09/09/15 - 05:40 PM EDT
CEO Jeff Smisek resigned Tuesday amid a probe into why United began direct flights to Columbia, S.C., where the chairman of the New York Port Authority has a summer home.
09/08/15 - 10:10 AM EDT
New CEO Greg Hayes has accomplished a lot in his first year, but the stock is down 20% for 2015. What could the industrial giant try next?
09/02/15 - 05:33 PM EDT
Labor leaders want to return to negotiate but the airline said if the proposed contract isn't signed, it's filing for bankruptcy.