Shares of Party City Holdco Inc. plunged 12% toward a record low in permarket trading Wednesday after the party goods retailer disclosed that funds affiliated with its largest shareholder Thomas H. Lee Partners L.P. (THL)...
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Turkey’s government used a Washington law firm to gather information about its critics, including residents of the U.S., who it believed were allied with a political movement that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan regards as ...
New York City’s Department of Small Business Services is offering lines of credit to women entrepreneurs—who often have loan applications rejected or underfunded—to help them get the money they need.
Turkey’s incursion into Syria is only the latest in a series of Turkish actions that have strained support for the country on Capitol Hill.
Most new asylum seekers would no longer be permitted to work while they wait for their claims to be processed, under a proposal by the federal agency that handles asylum claims.
Stocks to Watch: Datadog; SmileDirectClub and Skyworks Solutions are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively.
Venezuela’s former chief of military intelligence, Hugo Carvajal, has disappeared in Spain after a court approved his extradition to the U.S. on drug-trafficking charges, Spain’s national police said.
U.S. consumer prices rose in October, with energy prices accounting for more than half of the gains in the headline index. Excluding the often volatile food and energy categories, prices were up 0.2%.
Apple introduced a 16-inch MacBook Pro, marking a new screen size as well as a departure from the problematic “butterfly” keyboard that triggered customer complaints and drove the company to offer an extended repair program.
Global stocks moved lower after stumbling blocks emerged in trade talks between the U.S. and China and violence continued to grip Hong Kong.
Hong Kong’s Chinese University became the city’s latest battleground between protesters and riot police as students dug in for a long fight and fiercely resisted police who entered, citing a need to halt violence.
Militants in Gaza fired a fresh barrage of rockets into Israel after an overnight lull, raising the risk of a wider conflict as Israel continued its own strikes on the second-largest armed group operating in the Palestinia...
How The Wall Street Journal compiled its ranking of the best U.S. large and midsize airports.
Sparkling smiles aren’t quite as contemporary as they appear.
Sweden, unlike most of the rest of the slow-growth world, has had enough of negative interest rates, and next month, its central bank is expected to unwind them.
Hundreds of black bears are building dens within the city limits of Asheville, N.C., roaming the streets based on garbage-pickup schedules and scavenging in backyards for birdseed.
Wall Street’s hold on the municipal-bond market faces a challenge from small municipal advisers, as the SEC considers allowing these advisers to arrange private bond sales to skilled investors without the involvement of la...
Hundreds of mainland Chinese students fled across Hong Kong’s border into Shenzhen, seeking temporary shelter in hostels, hotels and relatives’ homes after days of heightened violence on several university campuses in the ...
The new fund is more than 50% larger than the firm’s first tech-focused vehicle, which closed with $1 billion in 2016. That fund has backed 10 companies, including a recently announced investment in SheerID Inc.
Chinese health authorities urged calm on Wednesday after confirming two cases of pneumonic plague in Beijing, although a dearth of information continued to stir public fears.