More U.S. Companies to Allow Remote Working
More than half of U.S. companies said they offer remote working to increase employee retention, according to a new global workplace survey.
Visa Rolls Out Cross-Border B2B Network
The move is part of Visa’s effort to push into the high-value cross-border transaction market.
Raytheon, United Technologies Agree to Merger
The combined company would be the second-largest aerospace and defense company in the Unites States.
FCA Breaks Off Possible Renault Merger
The company withdrew its offer citing political conditions in France.
PwC to Restructure U.K. Audit Practice
Amid growing pressure from regulators, the firm announced plans for a significant transformation of its audit business.
Joe Biden’s Climate Proposal Calls for $1.7 Trillion Investment
The plan would be funded by rolling back the Trump administration’s tax breaks for corporations.
Blackstone Buys GLP Warehouse Properties
The $18.7 billion deal is a bet on the future of e-commerce and logistics growth.
Trump Threatens Tariffs Against All Mexican Goods
The president promised an escalating trade war until Mexico takes action to "dramatically reduce or eliminate" illegal immigration.
Sears Owner Seeks to Opt Out of Severance Payments
Eddie Lampert had promised to pay $43 million to former workers.
IEA Warns of Climate Risk If Nuclear Capacity Drops
The agency says "substantial capital investment" is needed to avoid a disruptive energy transition.