The president’s aluminum tariff is bad for America—and great for Switzerland’s Glencore.
October 1, 2018 Issue
Masayoshi Son has shaken up Silicon Valley with an unprecedented $100 billion fund that’s buying big stakes in fast-growing technology companies. Here’s who decides where that money should go.
The Bloomberg View
Japan’s prime minister has secured another term, and he needs to use it wisely.
The culture that discouraged Christine Blasey Ford from speaking out punishes women throughout their careers.
Pay-TV subscriptions are still growing in Europe, and Comcast’s $39 billion purchase of Sky Plc gives it global reach.
As the company moves away from oil, it can’t shake its years operating in the pollution- and graft-ridden nation.
Vericel’s FDA-approved MACI procedure has a small but valuable audience.
The new 512GB storage chip could make the company $134 more per phone than the 256GB option.
The company always spent more than it made and failed to shift its business model.
Robo-traders and index funds may have taken over most of the stock market, but the psychology of bubbles is still strong.
GreenHat Energy wagered on an electricity traffic jam that never happened. Now utilities, manufacturers, and residential customers are left to deal with the losses.
Danske, the country’s biggest lender, has revealed that it ignored red flags of potential money laundering.
The kidney condition, which has claimed at least 20,000 lives in Central America, is showing up in the U.S.
Prosecutors allege that evangelical missionary Andrew Brunson conspired with Mormons against the country’s president.
Mueller’s probe keeps branching out from Paul Manafort to hackers to Michael Cohen.
A Marine Corps vet running on health care tries to unseat a Trump-backed Republican in one of America’s most rural districts.
Big gains have padded accounts, but the downside risk is larger than ever.
Stick With Me Sweets’ hand-painted bonbons are beautiful, but it’s what’s inside that really wows
Companies that deal in data are some of America's biggest buyers of equipment.