Mobile game developer King Digital Entertainment plans to offer 22.2 million shares, with an estimated price of $21 to $24 each, in its initial public offering.
Prudential PLC said it has raised its annual dividend by 19% after reporting a strong improvement in operating profit and growth in new business last year as it benefited from buoyant business in Asia and the U.S
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Industrial production in the 18 countries that share the euro fell for a second month in January, underlining the fragile nature of the economic recovery.
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In a divergence of fortunes few would have predicted, U.S. stocks are doing fine while China's market founders
In 2014, McDonald's will "refocus on the core" to drive a turnaround
Malaysia's dearth of communication about Flight MH370 isn't surprising given its governing coalition's habitual disinterest toward the press and lack of transparency
Germany's chemical industry expects output and sales to rise modestly this year, underpinned by an uptick in domestic and foreign demand
The Hong Kong-based carrier posted a sharp rise in 2013 earnings on the back of strong long-haul international air travel, and flagged an upbeat outlook for the year.
Concerns about China's growth prospects continued to weigh on markets Wednesday, dragging down European stocks in line with earlier declines in the U.S. and Asia, but copper prices stabilized after a heavy drop.
Thailand's central bank cut its benchmark interest rate by a quarter-percentage point to support the economy as the country's political crisis continues unabated.
PT Berau Coal Energy is reviving its plan to raise $500 million by selling dollar-denominated bond offshore later this year.
The German utility said it would reduce its dividend by nearly half as it blamed Europe's subsidy-fed boom in renewable energy for undermining its fossil-fueled electricity business.
Perseus Telecom and Atlas ATS launch a globally integrated bitcoin exchange system to facilitate trading in the virtual currency by high-frequency trading firms and other large financial institutions.
Troubled Italian lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena posted its seventh consecutive quarterly loss, hit by large provisions for bad loans.
Major Japanese manufacturers are raising base wages for the first time in years, responding to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's request for action ahead of a sales tax increase that is widely expected to lead to a temporary economic slowdown.
The Chinese bank plans to start premarketing Thursday for its $1 billion Hong Kong initial public offering, becoming the latest Chinese financial firm to seek a listing amid concerns about rising bad debt.