Halliburton Co. and Baker Hughes Inc. called off their $28 billion merger that faced stiff resistance from regulators in the U.S. and Europe over antitrust concerns.
TOKYO Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda has a big problem. His radical monetary policy experiment has always been aimed at convincing the public that an end to deflation is near - and right now the public aren't listening.
Sports Authority has reached the end of the line. Two months after announcing it planned to close about 140 stores, the Colorado-based company has decided to sell its remaining assets, according to a report on Forbes.
Puerto Rico's Government Development Bank doesn't plan to make most of a $422 million debt payment due Monday, a step that could move the island's financial crisis to a new level.
Loews Corp. and its insurance unit CNA Financial Corp. posted revenue declines as decreased investment returns hurt results. Loews owns 90% of CNA, which typically accounts for most of the conglomerate's revenue.