Marriott, Hilton Halt Russia Construction; Why It Matters to Investors
Publicly held hotel companies are quitting their projects in Russia. Their shareholders are often very engaged.
European, Asian stock benchmarks rise before payrolls
Final purchasing managers' data for the eurozone come in better than initial estimates.
European Stocks Continue Rebound on Relief Over Greek Debt Negotiations
European stocks rose on Tuesday after Greece offered concessions to its international creditors at an emergency summit, stoking hopes of a debt deal within the next two days.
European Stocks Mixed as German Business Climate Improves
European stocks were mixed on Wednesday ahead of the European Central Bank Governing Council weekly stock-taking on emergency funds for Greece and as the German business climate improves.
'Big Short' Burry Warns That a Repeat of the 2008 Crisis Is in Sight
The legendary financier reiterates his warnings of a market collapse on the way.
McDonald's Menu Adds a (Very) New Take on an Old Favorite
The fast-food giant has been hesitant to make changes like this, but Wendy's bold move may have forced it to.
Everything Elon Musk Said At Tesla AI Day to Sell His Vision
The billionaire wants to create a "future of abundance" by mass-producing humanoid robots.