Our Great City
U.S. companies are preparing to invest again after years on the sidelines, and rising interest rates are unlikely to impede them.
In an effort to better target buyers according to gender, big winemakers are using floral labels to lure female buyers, while one company is using an image of a knight on horseback to attract male drinkers.
A bumper crop of boutiques flood the market; Tub or shower only? What goes in the minibar?
The art and science of futuring is fast becoming a necessary skill, where we read signals, see trends and ruthlessly test our own assumptions, writes Christopher Mims.
Hyundai Motor and affiliate Kia Motors are bracing for another challenging year as they adjust to an industry shift away from sedans to sport-utility vehicles.
Landlords of upscale properties in cities across the U.S. are bracing for rough conditions in 2017, after a seven-year boom, that will likely force them to slash rents and offer deep concessions.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX said it plans to resume rocket launches on Jan. 8, using revised operational practices developed in response to a fiery accident that occurred during routine ground preparations last fall.
Some states are setting up “smart roads” lined with fiber optics, cameras and connected signaling devices in an effort to unlock benefits from self-driving cars, curb accidents and save fuel.
The Swiss use cash regularly to pay for purchases large and small, and their affinity shows no sign of abating despite a global trend toward cashless economies and electronic payments that can better track potential fraud.
Vermont identified 10 prescription drugs with large increases, but the first report merely summarizes manufacturers’ explanations for the price hikes
Twitter’s controversial China chief, Kathy Chen, has departed after only eight months, the latest executive to leave amid a global reorganization.
Cable giant Comcast Corp. has reached an agreement to continue carriage of Fox News Channel, the two companies said, averting a blackout that would have left millions of viewers without access to the popular network.