Brexit shock could prompt the Bank of England to pump more stimulus into Britain's economy, says Governor Mark Carney.
Chocolate giant Hershey has turned down a $23-billion takeover bid by Mondelez International.
Unambiguously dovish comments from the Bank of England abruptly ended the pound’s tentative recovery.
Asian stocks rose on Friday as risk appetite continued to recover from last week's Brexit shock.
American stocks gained on Thursday as Britain's central bank raised the prospect of stimulus.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says South Africa’s top MPs have confidence in his ability to do his job.
Standard & Poor’s cut the European Union’s credit score amid concerns about the unity of the bloc after Britain's decision to go.
It's extremely unlikely that MasterCard would buy out PayPal Holdings, Bernstein analyst Lisa Ellis wrote in an e-mail.
Breakfast brand Kellogg’s brings a unique dining experience to New York to try to revive cereal’s soggy status.
Kelcy Warren’s legacy as a pipeline dealmaker may now be defined by his most ambitious misstep.
Insults and accusations fly as South African taxi associations air their grievances at industry indaba.
Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla makes it clear that the commonwealth won’t pay bondholders.
Investors are setting their sights away from the U.K. in their search for markets less vulnerable to fallout after Brexit.
The South African government has finally unveiled the new stringent livestock import requirements.
The operators of three Chinese fishing vessels suspected of being operated illegally recently have been cleared of poaching.