While the iPhone 7 failed to convince as many existing customers to upgrade as its predecessor did, it did succeed in attracting new smartphone buyers to the company. That bodes well for the next iPhone, which is expected to be a more substantial...
Toshiba is now under pressure to come up with a plan for shoring up its balance sheet, which was already under strain from a profit-padding scandal in 2015.
ArcelorMittal, which has undergone a dramatic turnaround in the past year as steel prices jumped on the back of stronger economic growth in China and a broader commodities recovery, said its main financial goal is to pay down debt and return to an...
The embattled airbag maker will notch a net loss of more than $560 million for the year through March — close to $740 million below what was expect — in large thanks to settling a criminal investigation.
In what it described as a “good start to the new fiscal year”,German heavy industry giant ThyssenKrupp reported a net income of 8.0 million euros between October and December... Hyundai Heavy Industries reports its first annual...
ABB quarterly orders rose for the first time since the first three months of 2015, increasing 3% from a year ago, but the momentum “isn’t that strong yet,” according to CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer.
In a digital world, Hasbro pushed in its chips on physical games — and is now reaping the holiday-season rewards of its biggest stock bump in 16 years.
Two days after Key Safety Systems emerged as the leading restructuring sponsor, shares of the embattled airbag maker dropped the daily maximum on speculation that it might have to go through court-led bankruptcy.
Quarterly sales increased 24% for the camera- and drone-maker, but revenue during the same period will be somewhere between 21% and 29% below analyst estimates.
The world’s largest planemaker is counting on its marquee carbon-fiber jet and higher output of its single-aisle 737 to bolster results during a year when it will make fewer 777 wide-body aircraft.