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Trade Tensions Help BMW Enter China's Fast Lane

Trade Tensions Help BMW Enter China's Fast Lane

German company could become the first foreign car maker to majority own its operations in China.
China's Land Grab Could End Badly

China's Land Grab Could End Badly

Investment in China is faltering just as trade tensions heat up. But the situation is actually even worse than it appears—a sign the long-awaited hit from China’s debt crackdown has arrived.
Drug Supply Chain Feels the Trump Effect

Drug Supply Chain Feels the Trump Effect

Pfizer’s decision to defer drug price increases could ripple through the drug supply chain, which benefits when drug prices go up.
Disney and Comcast Raise the Stakes in the Battle for Fox

Disney and Comcast Raise the Stakes in the Battle for Fox

It’s official: The battle for 21st Century Fox assets moved across the Atlantic with dueling bids for satellite-TV provider Sky.
When Will Trade Battles End? Watch Economies, Not Politicians

When Will Trade Battles End? Watch Economies, Not Politicians

After a brief May hiatus, a full-fledged Sino-U.S. trade fight looks increasingly likely. The deciding factor might not be what you think.
Don't Fall for Pepsi's Sugar High

Don't Fall for Pepsi's Sugar High

PepsiCo shares had their biggest percentage increase in nearly a decade Tuesday morning on hopes that the company is arresting the decline of its core, domestic beverages business. Investors are
Why the Strong Dollar Is Bad for Banks

Why the Strong Dollar Is Bad for Banks

It has been all downhill for international bank stocks this year. One reason why this trend will likely continue is the strengthening dollar.
Winning the Fox Bidding War Is Just the Beginning

Winning the Fox Bidding War Is Just the Beginning

The higher the price goes in the bidding for 21st Century Fox’s assets, the less room there is for error in managing and extracting value from the assets.
Chinese Auto Sales Run Into a Lending Roadblock

Chinese Auto Sales Run Into a Lending Roadblock

China’s crackdown on shadow banking has caused some high-profile blowups. Now it’s driving the country’s car makers off course.
Twitter's Wings Needed a Clip

Twitter's Wings Needed a Clip

Crackdown on fake accounts raises doubts about the company’s recent growth.
Sonos Can Play Its Own Tune

Sonos Can Play Its Own Tune

Speaker maker’s Amazon partnership helped boost sales, but profits still need to recover.
Don't Worry About the Earnings Slowdown Yet

Don't Worry About the Earnings Slowdown Yet

Earnings growth probably wasn’t as torrid in the second quarter as in the first, but was still plenty strong.
A Stock Market Crash With Chinese Characteristics

A Stock Market Crash With Chinese Characteristics

President Trump has pulled the trigger on tariffs, Chinese stocks are in a bear market and the yuan is selling off. How worried should investors be about the world’s second-largest economy?
The Imperfect Science of How Much Tariffs Will Hurt

The Imperfect Science of How Much Tariffs Will Hurt

Economists try to model the effect tariffs have on the economy but actually believe the impact could be much worse.
Oil's Twitter War May End Badly for Trump

Oil's Twitter War May End Badly for Trump

President Donald Trump’s use of Twitter to jawbone the price of oil is in danger of backfiring and nearly did before the OPEC meeting in Vienna.
Detroit Needn't Fret Yet About Pump Prices

Detroit Needn't Fret Yet About Pump Prices

Light truck sales, which are crucial to the profits of U.S.-based auto makers, are holding up despite pump prices nearing a psychological milestone.
Tariff Troubles for Germany Won't Stay in Germany

Tariff Troubles for Germany Won't Stay in Germany

Germany’s role as an anchor for Europe makes its export engine a risk for the continent.
China, Not the World Cup, Is the Real Worry for Macau

China, Not the World Cup, Is the Real Worry for Macau

The falling Chinese stock market and currency will likely hit the world’s largest gambling hub.
Why July Is a Risky Month for Drug Price Backlash

Why July Is a Risky Month for Drug Price Backlash

Less than two months after its unveiling, President Trump’s plan to lower prescription drug prices is up for a big test.
Dell Deal Is as Good as It Gets for VMware

Dell Deal Is as Good as It Gets for VMware

The tech giant’s plan to return to public market is one of its least-bad options.