Ant Group will pay banks involved in its Hong Kong IPO an underwriting commission of 1% of the total deal size, but that is significantly below the industry average for deals this size.
The agreement comes amid a months-long standoff between Indian and Chinese troops along their Himalayan borders, with both sides having deployed thousands of troops, artillery, armored vehicles and...
Boeing’s most famous aircraft, Max 737, have been grounded across the world since March 2019 after two deadly crashes killed 346 people.
The Dow closed nearly 2% and S&P closed down 1.8%, and strategists are divided on what the market trajectory will be in the coming week.
Ohio-based Lordstown Motors becomes the fourth electric vehicle company opting to go public following a SPAC deal.
The Department of Justice claims that Google effectively owns and controls search distribution channels, crushing any possible competition.
The IPO is anticipated to be the biggest in history, worth nearly $35 billion, way ahead of Saudi Aramco's listing worth $29.4 billion in December 2019.
Inspire Brands, the owner of Arby's, Jimmy John's, Bullafo Wild Wings and other restaurant chains, has set its sights on the acquisition of Dunkin' Brands.
Coca-Cola CEO James Quincy said drinks in the company's hydration category are likely to be cut off under the new portfolio.
The Coalition for App Fairness is a group of apps demanding fairer fees and policies on the Apple App Store, and many big developers are now coveting its membership to raise their voice against Apple.
When Tesla says 'self-driving', it does not mean autonomous, and the car still needs constant driver supervision.
The company is finishing its employee appraisals and will soon announce layoffs, CEO Darren Woods said in an email to employees.
McAfee was first listed in 1999 and traded until 2011 when chipmaker Intel bought it for $7.7 billion. The cybersecurity software maker returns to Wall Street on Thursday.
New mortgages fell by 2% last week, but refinance applications grew by 0.2% as homeowners scramble to get the cheapest possible interest rates.
This is for Amazon's corporate employees, while the retailer's delivery and warehouse employees have been working on the ground throughout the pandemic.
Microsoft aims to tackle space, SpaceX aims to be the global high-speed internet provider. With this partnership, their ambitions may get realized.
General Motors revived its infamous, oil guzzling Hummer truck from a decade ago as an all-electric, zero-emissions Hummer truck.
Impossible Foods is expanding its team of scientists to work on plant-based milk, but it is not confirmed when this would be available for consumers.
Passenger volumes remain low across the U.S. as the coronavirus decimates the airline industry, but the TSA is viewing this as a noteworthy development.
Apple is entering the music video streaming space with this channel, long dominated by Google's YouTube.