Oil Prices Tank Ahead of Market-Moving OPEC Meeting
U.S. production is running at a record high, but this week's OPEC summit in Vienna could test supply dynamics as leaders debate an extension of cuts from the crude producing cartel.
Sears Falls as Former Director Dumps Stake; AT&T Debt Concerns Bubble -- ICYMI
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Fighting DOJ Could Cost AT&T More Than Legal Fees
To finance the $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, AT&T has already sold $30 billion. If a lawsuit lasted a year, Moody's suggests that the interest on that debt could run $1.5 billion.
One Year in, Trump's Antitrust Team Yet to Lay Out Their M&A Vision
Mergers reducing an industry's size to four players from five will be OK, while deals involving Chinese buyers face long odds. The jury is still out on vertically integrated deals.
European Stocks Gain on Solid Earnings, Senate Budget Agreement
A solid slate of corporate earnings and a blueprint for U.S. tax cuts has global markets back to their bullish ways.
Uber Makes a Change That Will Upset Riders
Frequent riders of Uber are about to lose something they really like.
Is This Synthetic Biology Pioneer On The Right Track?
Amyris is showing progress in one key area, but it may not be enough.
'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli's Crypto Conversion Turns Sour
The disgraced investor and convicted felon launched a cryptocurrency last July after his release from prison.
Over 1.7 Million Fords And Lincolns Are At Risk Of Being Recalled
The National Highway Transit Safety Administration received over 50 complaints over brake hose ruptures.