Didi Global Prices IPO at $14 a Share

The Chinese ride-hailing goliath priced its IPO at $14 a share, setting the stage for the company to begin trading Wednesday, after it made a lightning-fast pitch to potential investors.

Crypto ‘Wild West’ Needs Stronger Investor Protection, SEC Chief Says

The Securities and Exchange Commission will police cryptocurrency markets to the...

Facebook Acquisition Review Shows EU’s New Antitrust Power

The company has hit a new obstacle in Europe for its...

Activision Replaces Blizzard Head as It Grapples With Gender-Bias Lawsuit

A California agency accused executive J. Allen Brack and others at...

Alibaba Posts Quarterly Profit Lifted by E-Commerce and Cloud Computing

The tech giant’s profit attributable to shareholders was about $6.99 billion...