Takata Corp. boosted spending on U.S. federal lobbying by 22 percent in the second quarter as it faced increased attention from regulators and lawmakers about faulty air bags behind the auto industry’s largest recall in history.
A sport utility vehicle that bears an uncanny resemblance to the Land Rover Evoque will go on sale in China this week at a third of its sticker price.
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Japan is emerging as the star of Asia’s latest earnings season, with most companies reporting higher-than-expected profit growth as businesses continue to benefit from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic policies.
Bloomberg's Matt Miller discusses the outlook for China's auto market with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Malaysia’s ringgit fell before the release of June export data, which may show shipments contracted for a fifth month this year as a slump in Brent crude cuts revenue for the net oil exporter.
The won declined along with stocks and bonds on prospects global funds will pull more money from the nation’s assets as the U.S. edges closer to raising interest rates, just as South Korea’s economy is slowing.
Gold fell after a voting member of the U.S. Federal Reserve said the central bank is close to raising interest rates, lifting the dollar to a four-month high before employment data this week that may add to the case for a move.
Full episode of "Bloomberg West." Guests: Patriarch Private Equity Chairman Eric Schiffer, Scale Venture Partners co-founder Kate Mitchell and Italian astronaut and Internet sensation Samantha Cristoforetti. (Source: Bloomberg)
Asian stocks fell as investors weighed comments from a Federal Reserve official ahead of U.S. employment data.
Full episode of “What’d You Miss?” Guests: Cumberland Advisors' David Kotok and Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman. (Source: Bloomberg)
Janney Montgomery Scott Chief Investment Strategist Mark Luschini discusses U.S. earnings season, the strong dollar and where he sees opportunity. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Shery Ahn on “First Up.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Asian stocks retreated as speculation U.S. interest rates will be raised as soon as next month underpinned the dollar. Bonds in the region declined as copper and gold fell. Crude oil rallied.
For almost 80 years, Blue Star Gas distributed propane throughout the U.S. West Coast on trucks mostly powered by gasoline. Now the company is working to convert its 55 vehicles to run on the same stuff they deliver.
First Solar Inc., the largest U.S. solar manufacturer, recovered from its first loss in three years after a newly formed joint venture helped boost revenue 65 percent.
Chile, one of only seven countries in the world with a total ban on abortion, took a step toward ending the outright prohibition put in place during the last months of the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.
AAC Holdings Inc. fell 39 percent after disclosing that its president and four employees at the chain of drug and alcohol treatment clinics were charged with murder for the death of a patient.
Jay Fishman, who built Travelers Cos. into one of the biggest insurers in the world then steered it profitably through the financial crisis, is stepping down as chief executive officer because of his health.
McDonald’s Corp. named a health-care executive and Target Corp.’s chief financial officer to its board, saying the fast-food chain needs “fresh insight and perspectives” as it pursues a comeback.
Shire Plc’s unsolicited $30 billion offer for Baxalta Inc. shows how drugs for once-neglected diseases have become a pharmaceutical gold mine.