1. Finance Officials Focus on Economic Growth at Group of 7 Meeting

    At a closed gathering, there was a consensus that governments should invest more in infrastructure like roads, airports and broadband Internet.

  2. When an Off-the-Rack Rolls-Royce Just Won’t Do

    As owners of ultraluxury cars seek to distinguish themselves among their peers, Rolls-Royce, Maserati and others sell more bespoke and limited-edition models.

  3. After Indicting 14 Soccer Officials, U.S. Vows to End Graft in FIFA

    Hours after indicting 14 people, the Justice Department and prosecutors for the Eastern District of New York pledged to rid the international soccer organization of systemic corruption.

  4. News Analysis: After a Year of Outsize Expectations, Narendra Modi Adjusts His Plan for India

    The Indian prime minister gave a speech on Monday that was notable for the subjects it avoided: Large-scale job creation, manufacturing and urbanization.

  5. Avago Agrees to Buy Broadcom for $37 Billion

    The rival companies have little overlap in their chip and semiconductor products, but by combining, they could gain negotiating power with manufacturers.

  6. Kaisa Takeover Bid by Sunac Is Dropped

    The holding company Sunac had said that the heavily indebted Chinese property developer would have to restructure its finances with creditors.

  7. China's Hanergy Under Investigation by Hong Kong Regulator

    Hong Kong regulators said Thursday they're investigating a leading Chinese solar panel maker owned by billionaire Li Hejun after its shares took a sudden and unexplained plunge.

  8. China Markets Plunge in Record Turnover as Margin Traders Take Fright

    Most indexes dropped more than 6 percent as investors rushed to sell and the central bank drained money market liquidity.

  9. Honda Expands Air Bag Recall After Takata Complies With U.S. Order

    Honda Motor Co called back about 690,000 cars in Japan and the United States to replace air bag inflators made by Takata Corp after the Tokyo-based parts supplier last week agreed to comply with U.S. orders to expand some of its previous recalls.

  10. Sinosphere Blog: With New Resorts, Macau Places Its Bets on the Chinese Middle Class

    New resorts aim to continue the former Portuguese colony’s transformation into a Chinese middle-class tourism center.