IBM and a unit of China's Dalian Wanda Group, a property and entertainment conglomerate, agreed on Sunday to team up to provide cloud services to Chinese companies, the U.S. technology provider said.
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The German footwear leader lures in Millennial shoppers with a heightened sustainability push.
"German-based Adidas AG (ADDYY) has released a new $200 high-performance shoe made from the ocean’s plastic pollution."
There are several macroeconomic risks on the horizon that could create opportunities for short-term traders.
"There are many macroeconomic risks on the horizon from North Korea’s volatility, to an uncertain French election, and a potential government shutdown in the United States."
Lilly trimmed its full-year GAAP EPS guidance, dragging shares lower today.
"Shares of Eli Lilly (LLY) are falling by 3 percent this morning to around $81 after the company reported its quarterly results for the first quarter of 2017."
The Street suggests the math works out for a Jimmy Choo deal; Kate Spade says it needs more time.
The conglomerate's earnings are due Thursday, after market close.
C. R. Bard will send its dividend payment on May 12 to shareholders of record as of May 1.
Ally Financial will send its dividend payment on May 15 to shareholders of record as of May 1.
Netflix strikes a deal to license original content to Alibaba subsidiary iQiyi in China.
This year's edition of the Top Marques Monaco luxury car show was held April 20 to 23 in the principality, setting the stage for some spectacular world premieres.
"The Monaco event billed as the world's most exclusive car show, featured a host of exceptional new vehicles and saw four supercars make their worldwide debut: the Donkervoort G8 RTO, the Calafiore C10, a Charlotte Edition of the Asfané by Frangivento and a Mini revisited by David Brown Automotive."
Google is stepping up its fight on fake news by tweaking its search algorithms.
U.S. paint maker PPG Industries (PPG.N) raised its proposed offer for Akzo Nobel (AKZO.AS) by about 8 percent to 26.9 billion euros ($28.8 billion) on Monday, increasing the pressure on its Dutch rival to enter into talks.
"PPG said its proposal was a "final" invitation to Akzo to enter negotiations and included a break fee in case the deal was rejected by regulators - attempting to address a concern that Akzo raised in rejecting two previous proposals from PPG."
German healthcare conglomerate Fresenius SE & Co KGaA (FREG.DE) is close to acquiring generic drugmaker Akorn Inc (AKRX.O) in an all-cash deal valuing the company at more than $4 billion, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
"Acquiring Akorn would add around $1 billion in annual sales to Fresenius' drugmaking division, giving it a significantly larger presence in eyecare and other areas widely perceived as somewhat insulated from generic drug pricing pressure."
General Motors Co's (GM.N) bid to block hundreds of lawsuits, potentially worth billions of dollars, over a deadly ignition-switch defect broke down on Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear its appeal claiming the suits were barred by the No. 1 American automaker's 2009 bankruptcy.
"The justices declined to review a 2016 ruling by the New York-based 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that rejected GM's bid to block customer lawsuits related to crashes and diminished vehicle value"
Wells Fargo & Co directors could have avoided a shareholder backlash over a sales practices scandal if they had paid more attention to scores of whistleblowers who complained, in vain, for years.
"A slow response to warnings is not unique to Wells Fargo, but it is an immediate concern at the third-largest U.S. bank, whose board is facing a no-confidence vote at its annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday."
Rocked by a shakeup in the Western political order, companies are buying more insurance to protect themselves against the threat of rising protectionism and upheaval to their operations in emerging markets.
"Insurers say demand is being driven by uncertainty over the consequences of a string of events in the developed world - from Donald Trump's election in the United States and Britain's vote to quit the European Union last year to the presidential election process now underway in France."
General Motors' (GM.N) Venezuelan subsidiary has sent a message to almost 2,700 staff informing them that they are no longer employed by the company and had received severance pay in their bank accounts, according to two employees.
"A Venezuelan court last week ordered the seizure of the company's Valencia plant, ruling in favor of two dealers that had filed a case in 2000 against the subsidiary on grounds they had not complied with an agreed sale of 10,000 vehicles."
Halliburton Co (HAL.N) said on Monday that oil producers are completing nearly as many wells as they are drilling, a major reversal from when companies left wells unfinished in anticipation of higher oil prices.
"Increased demand for Halliburton's pressure pumping and well-construction services helped the world's No.2 oilfield services provider report slightly better-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue."