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.
Buckle up: "History is gonna change"
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)
A Tesla Motors Inc. executive called on rival automakers to put more compelling electric vehicles on the road and said fuel-efficiency standards should be far more stringent.
U.S. regulators are again feuding over how far-reaching punishments should be for banks that repeatedly violate securities laws, with the latest debate tied to penalties that could disrupt Wall Street’s trading in the $700 trillion derivatives market.
NCR Corp., the automated teller machine maker, said the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission doesn’t intend to recommend enforcement action against the company over 2012 allegations of foreign business violations.
When Justin Brownhill wants to check up on one of his latest investments through SenaHill Partners LP, he only needs to check the ledger unpinning bitcoin. The address: block 368396.
Full episode of "Bloomberg Surveillance." Guests: Michael Darda, Paul Sweeney, Jerry Kaplan, William Rhodes, Ann Selzer and Juliana Barbassa. (Source: Bloomberg)
The dollar rose to a four-month high before the Aug. 7 employment report that may provide the Federal Reserve with enough evidence to raise interest rates for the first time in almost a decade.
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.
Bloomberg's Alix Steel updates the latest commodities markets news. She reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio discusses the winners and losers of President Barack Obama's Clean Power Plan. He speaks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
The U.K. Green Investment Bank funded 8.2 million pounds ($12.8 million) for a council on the southeast coast for a program that will cut energy waste and boost the efficiency of its streetlights.
There’s a big difference between investors who have the luxury of keeping their money in risky debt for the long haul versus those who are forced to sell.
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 over the death of a patient.
Jay Fishman, who engineered the merger between St. Paul Cos. and Travelers Property Casualty Corp. then steered the insurer through the financial crisis and into the Dow Jones Industrial Average, 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.
Millennium Health LLC, the largest U.S. drug-testing lab, is contending with more legal fallout after reaching a tentative deal to settle a government probe over alleged billing irregularities.