BlackRock chairman and CEO Laurence Fink said “we all have to be worried” about China’s rising debt burden and slowing growth rate.
Revenue at big law firms was up 5.8% in the first quarter from one year ago, the strongest gain in eight years—since before the crash.
Oracle CEO Safra Catz told a San Francisco federal court that longtime customers paid her company less in licensing revenues after Google stole its copyrighted software for the Android smartphone OS. Oracle is seeking $9 billion in damages.
Otto, a startup founded by four ex-Google engineers, is working on self-driving commercial big rigs.
Monsanto is facing rising court challenges as evidence of Roundup’s toxicity mounts.
Boston-based Allurion developed a gastric-bypass-in-a-pill treatment, which is already available in Europe.
The number of Americans without health insurance dropped to 9.1% in 2015, the first time the figure has been below 10%.
AT&T is expanding its GigaPower high-speed internet service in the San Francisco area, setting up a showdown with Google Fiber.
Photo: Laurence Fink, Chairman and CEO of Blackrock Inc., gestures at the session ‘The Global Economic Outlook’ in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos January 24, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich.