J.P. Morgan Chase just missed getting back into the 12-figure club. The biggest bank in the nation reported Friday that its earnings shot up 30% in the fourth quarter of 2016, compared to the quarter before. That was better than

Bank of America still isn’t the profit colossus that CEO Brian Moynihan promised when he took over the bank in 2010. But that doesn’t mean he’s not having success. Take the fourth quarter. On Friday morning, B of A reported

China’s Dalian Wanda Group Co Ltd on Saturday said its revenue for 2016 dropped by 13.9 percent, even as operating income increased 3.4 percent, as a slowdown in the group’s commercial property business impacted overall performance. Wanda Group, owned by

NEW DELHI : Indian budget airline SpiceJet said on Friday it has agreed to acquire 100 new MAX 737 aircraft from Boeing, with an option for 50 more, as part of its expansion plans in the world’s fastest growing aviation

With the largest net income of any public company, Apple should be a huge winner from corporate tax reform. A draft proposal put forth by Republicans in Congress last year expected to be the starting point for the party’s plan

Samsung Electronics said on Friday its fourth-quarter operating profit likely leapt 50% from a year earlier to its highest in more than three years, beating expectations on strong memory chip and display sales. The South Korean technology giant said October-December

India is resisting Apple Inc.’s demand for tax incentives to make iPhones in the country, with the trade minister saying on Thursday that New Delhi may not make exceptions for the U.S. tech giant. Apple wants to open its own

ZURICH : Uber drivers are employees for which the company must pay social security contributions, a Swiss insurance agency has ruled, dealing a blow to the U.S. ride-hailing platform that says drivers are freelance contractors. The California-based startup whose cab

MUMBAI Bharti Airtel Ltd, India’s top wireless carrier, said on Tuesday it would offer free data to woo new and existing 4G customers, intensifying a price war in the sector and sending share prices tumbling. The package is Bharti’s latest

The presidential candidates grabbed headlines this year by appealing to voters’ distrust of big business. And behind the scenes, many of those businesses made plans to get bigger, with the help of some monumental deals. While none of the largest