LONDON - The latest on the turmoil afflicting global financial markets (all times local): 10:40 a.m.. The standout event for financial markets on Wednesday is what Janet Yellen, the chair of the U.S.
SoftBank Group Corp. increased third quarter operating income 7.3 percent on new Japanese wireless customers as billionaire Chairman Masayoshi Son sees signs of a turnaround at its beleaguered U.S.
Deutsche Bank AG jumped the most in more than four years as Germany's biggest bank is considering a bond buyback to help ease concerns about its funds, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
The turmoil engulfing Viacom deepened on Tuesday as weak earnings and continued concern over the company's leadership sent shares down more than 21 percent, the lowest level in more than five years.
California added more than 20,000 new solar jobs in 2015, more than half of the nation's total. Above, Elgin Clark, left, and Edgar Palma of Sunrun home solar company install a solar panel on a home in Van Nuys.