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Nielsen unveiled its first findings on viewership of TV shows on streaming services, according to a presentation the measurement specialist gave to clients that was reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
Alcoa provided details of its plans to separate its more-profitable assets focused on the aerospace and automobile industries from its less-promising mining, refining and smelting business.
The world’s second-largest diamond ever mined failed to sell at a London auction Wednesday, but the event still marked a coup for the tiny Canadian company that owns the once-obscure Botswana mine where it was found.
While some companies consider moving operations from the United Kingdom after its expected exit from the European Union, the U.K. could use its tax code to attract businesses.
Puerto Rico has suffered a 9% population decline in the past decade, worsening the island’s debt crisis and challenging the survival of its hospitals and health-care system.
Consumer spending climbed 0.4% in May, suggesting a key pillar of the U.S. economy has bounced back after a lackluster start to the year.
Airbnb lined up investors for a new funding round and an employee stock sale that values the room-rental website at up to $30 billion and helps defer an initial public offering, said people familiar with the matter.
Current anti-immigration rhetoric blames the foreign-born for job losses and low wages. But evidence for a link between economic circumstances and public acceptance of immigrants is weak, suggesting ways to counter populist opposition, Greg Ip writes.
U.S. market share for the nation’s largest car maker has tumbled to a more than three decade low amid strong demand as its dealers say they are saddled with too many cars and too few pickups and SUVs.
Monsanto said it has been discussing deals with Bayer and others, adding there is value in the “right combination,” as the biotech seed giant navigates numerous challenges facing the agricultural sector.
Wal-Mart is stepping up its battle with Amazon.com, expanding a free two-day shipping program and seeking to list even more items on its website
PepsiCo is bringing back Crystal Pepsi, the colorless cola that was launched in 1992 with great fanfare before sales quickly fizzled.
Columnist Li Yuan says many Chinese journalists are leaving the trade as the state tightens media control and a tech boom opens new opportunities.
Victoria’s Secret has a problem and it’s not much of a secret: athleisure is upending the bra business.
The German logistics firm, under pressure to offer convenient freight booking, will use uShip’s technology to pair shippers with trucking companies in Europe
Bombardier Inc. on Wednesday delivered its first CSeries jet to launch operator Swiss International Air Lines, marking the company’s emergence as a direct competitor to the big U.S. and European plane makers.
A Massachusetts court is preparing for a hearing Thursday in the latest chapter of the legal battle surrounding media mogul Sumner Redstone.
The elected leaders representing 25,000 flight attendants at United Continental Holdings Inc. unanimously agreed to put a tentative contract agreement to a membership vote later this year, the union said.
General Mills said sales slid in its latest quarter as domestic demand shrank, a strong dollar hurt international sales and the company shed its Green Giant vegetable business. But it still beat Wall Street estimates.
The Federal Communications Commission said it acquired $86.4 billion worth of wireless airwaves from television broadcasters in the first phase of a complex auction, an effort designed to free up TV spectrum for cellular use.