It's looking like the stock market's "Trump Bump" was just a figment of the imagination, as a deep corporate tax cut grows less likely.
The deal will expand Cardinal's medical products business but its shares dropped 11.5% on updated guidance for fiscal 2017.
China's leadership still appears to be relying on state-led infrastructure spending and real estate investment to drive growth.
Alibaba's financial services affiliate raised its bid to $1.2 billion, apparently beating out rival suitor Euronet.
As the enterprise performance management firm plans for an initial public offering within two years, the only growth it wants is the profitable kind.
The March sales report is another sign that consumers “have retrenched a bit in terms of spending in recent months."
With the PPI having increased 2.3% in the 12 months through March, inflationary pressures still appear to be heating up.
Companies tend to be laden with bureaucracy, operate with a short-term mentality, condition managers to fear failure, and overstretch their teams, CEB…
The organization warns that protectionist policies could "undermine higher trade growth over the next two years."