The Knot Parent Agrees to Tie-Up With WeddingWire
XO Group, parent company of wedding-planning website the Knot, has agreed to be taken private for about $933 million, a deal that would hitch it to...
Trump to Call for International Trade Reforms in U.N. Speech
President Trump is expected to call for the reform of the international trade system in his second address to the U.N. General Assembly, and he...
Shoppers Love Rewards Credit Cards. Retailers Hate Them.
Consumers have become addicted to credit cards with generous rewards. Retailers are pushing for the right to reject such cards, which they complain...
As Newell Sheds Brands, a Familiar Foe Circles
Newell Brands, the struggling conglomerate that is unloading several household brands, could end up selling one of its oldest businesses, the...
Michael Kors Reaches Deal to Buy Versace
Michael Kors Holdings reached a deal to buy Italian fashion house Gianni Versace as the U.S. conglomerate better known for affordable luxury...
In Disneyland's Hometown, Once Warm Relations Have Frozen
Tapping public animus toward corporate subsidies, Anaheim politicians are questioning the wisdom of granting Disney hundreds of millions in...
Instagram Co-Founders to Step Down From Facebook
The two co-founders of Facebook’s popular Instagram app are stepping down, a move marking continued tumult at the social-networking giant.
SoftBank Leads $1 Billion Investment in Indian Hotel-Booking Startup
SoftBank Group is doubling down on one of its biggest bets in India by leading a $1 billion investment in hotel-booking startup OYO.
Novartis to Cut 2,000 Jobs Amid Revamp
Novartis said it plans to cut more than 2,000 jobs as part of a global restructuring, the latest move by its new chief executive to refocus the...
New York Hotel Market Roars Back After Drowning in Too Much Supply
The New York City hotel market is bouncing back, as a growing U.S. economy and a wellspring of visitors have helped overcome years of construction...
Taxiway Collisions Emerge as Biggest Threat to U.S. Air Travelers
U.S. air-crash investigators are slated to examine an escalating hazard for airline passengers: planes mistakenly lining up to land on airport...
IRS Is Wrongly Denying Tax Refunds, Some Companies Say
Multinational companies, backed by the Chamber of Commerce and an in-house critic at the IRS, say the government is incorrectly denying them...