Michel Temer became the second former Brazilian president to be arrested as part of a sweeping corruption probe that has brought down top business executives and politicians and continues to stir political uncertainty. Brazilian markets slumped.
European allies see a threat to sovereignty, the U.S. is flagging the risks of Beijing's growing influence, and half of the Italian government is so uncomfortable that their leader, Matteo Salvini, is leaving town for the day.
Wells Fargo & Co. said that its board fully supported Chief Executive Officer Tim Sloan after the New York Post reported that members of the bank's board had reached out to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s former chief financial officer about the job.
Jordan Rochester, G10 foreign exchange strategist at Nomura, explains why sterling remains an opportunity for investors despite the currency being "historically cheap.
Some U.S. officials are concerned that China is pushing back against American demands in trade talks as progress slows toward a deal that could give President Donald Trump a boost for his 2020 reelection bid, according to people familiar with the ...
Marc Lasry, chairman, chief executive officer and co-founder at Avenue Capital Management and co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks, discusses the Bucks' success this season with the best record in basketball and the prospect of owing a professional spo...
Marc Lasry, chairman, chief executive officer and co-founder at Avenue Capital Management, discusses market stress, credit opportunities from an economic slowdown, and scrutiny of Wall Street firms.
House of Commons Speaker John Bercow dealt a major blow to Theresa May's Brexit strategy by effectively banning her from bringing her deal back to Parliament for a third time, unless it changes significantly.
Volkswagen AG has been sued by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over claims that the automaker misled investors while hiding its emissions-cheating scandal.
Canada suspended flights on Boeing Co.'s 737 Max, joining a global rush to ground the single-aisle jetliner after the second deadly crash in five months.
Kevin Arquit, partner at Kasowitz Benson Torres, and Bloomberg Intellligence's Jennifer Rie discuss the antitrust implications of Senator Elizabeth Warren's plan for breaking up Facebook Inc., Google, and Amazon.com Inc.
Citroen Chief Executive Officer Linda Jackson discusses the automaker's expansion plans in China and India, the acquisition of Opel, and the need to add battery production capacity and electric-vehicle charging stations in Europe.
Chris Watling, chief executive officer and chief market strategist at Longview Economics, discusses the outlook for Brexit negotiations and the U.K.
Gary Goldberg, chief executive officer at Newmont Mining, discusses progress on the acquisition of Goldcorp Inc. and Barrick Gold Corp.'s $17.8 billion unsolicited bid for the U.S. miner.
Neil MacKinnon, global macro strategist at VTB Capital, discusses the possibility of a no-deal Brexit and the implications for the pound and markets.
President Donald Trump is considering four people to be his next UN ambassador: Goldman Sachs Group Inc. partner Dina Powell, the current ambassadors to Canada and Germany, Kelly Craft and Richard Grenell, and John James, a former Republican U.S. ...
Rich Paul, Klutch Sports Group founder and chief executive officer, discusses the management and marketing of professional athletes on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
Amazon.com Inc. says it's canceling plans to build a corporate campus in New York City after a backlash from some residents and politicians.
Bain Capital and Carlyle Group LP have teamed up to consider making an offer for German lighting manufacturer Osram Licht AG.
Amazon.com Inc. is reconsidering its plan to build a corporate campus in New York after facing a wave of opposition, according to a report. Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn has the latest on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close"