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President Trump has arrived at his China moment. He has now signed a phase-one trade deal with Beijing. It's an agreement that many critics doubted was ever possible. The president will now confront the same issue that has plagued his predecessors...
President Trump has arrived at his China moment. On Wednesday, he signed a phase-one trade deal with Beijing. It's an agreement that many critics doubted was ever possible. Carol Massar reports for Bloomberg Businessweek.
Private equity giant KKR & Co. took the unusual step to disclose plans to push for changes at Dave & Buster's Entertainment Inc. Shares in the U.S. restaurant chain soared as much as 16% to the highest level since June.
Hans Vestberg, Verizon Communications Inc. chief executive officer, discusses how Verizon is adapting to the streaming era and its partnership with Amazon.com Inc.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Head of International Affairs Myron Brilliant discusses key points of the phase one trade deal with China and looks at the prospect of forging a different kind of trade alliance between the United States and European Union.
Deutsche Bank AG is cutting the bonus pool at its investment bank by about 30%, deepening pay reductions after a tumultuous year that saw the lender embark on a huge restructuring.
President Donald Trump has named constitutional lawyer Alan Dershowitz to present arguments for his acquittal in his Senate impeachment trial. Trump also added the former Whitewater prosecutors Ken Starr and Robert Ray to his team, according Trump...
State Street's SPDR S&P Dividend ETF will likely have to sell off large stakes in Meredith Corp. and Tanger Factory Outlet Centers Inc.
Jeremy Siegel, professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, explains why he thinks stocks are still the place to be instead of bonds.
Jeremy Siegel, professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, explains why he is concerned about the momentum in U.S. stocks.
Former U.S. Trade Representative and Mastercard Vice Chairman Michael Froman talks about the signing of the phase-one trade deal between the U.S. and China.
Money managers like KKR & Co. and Guggenheim Partners are concerned that the lowest tier of investment-grade corporate bonds risks being cut to junk over the next 12 to 18 months.
Mark Boidman, head of media and tech services at PJ Solomon, previews fourth-quarter results from Netflix Inc. as it faces mounting competition in the streaming market.
Priya Misra of TD Securities, Kathy Jones of Charles Schwab and Andres Garcia-Amaya of Zoe Financial discuss the outlook for markets and the Federal Reserve as equities continue to grind higher.
Dwight Scott, senior managing director and president of Blackstone Group's credit unit GSO Capital Partners, discusses the credit market, direct lending, and the firm's involvement with PG&E.
Julia Coronado, founder and president at Macropolicy Perspectives, examines U.S. housing starts that showed a 16.9% gain in December, the highest in 13 years.
Mark Rossano, founder and chief executive officer at C6 Capital, discusses Schlumberger Ltd. announcing that it will continue to shrink its North American business on declining demand from shale producers.
As the big U.S. banks wrap up a banner fourth-quarter, JPMorgan Chase & Co. set the pace in both profit and fixed-income trading revenue.
Frank Aquila, partner at Sullivan & Cromwell, discusses his M&A market outlook for 2020.
David Stubbs, head of investment strategy at JPMorgan Private Bank, discusses the prospect of policy stimulus from the U.K. government and Bank of England.
Julian Emanuel, chief equity and derivatives strategist at BTIG, discusses his latest note on animal spirits and the lack of public enthusiasm in the markets.
George Saravelos, global head of FX research at Deutsche Bank, discusses the outlook for the U.K. economy and Bank of England policy.
Elon Musk, chief executive officer of Tesla Inc., will secure a pay bonus of around $350 million if the electric carmaker's market capitalization averages over $100 billion over a six month period. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Alex Webb has the det...