Paramount Group, a New York-based real estate investment trust, plans a $2.5 billion initial public offering.
Verde at the Perez Art Museum hasn't been open a year yet it has almost tripled the expectations of its manager as it attracts the power lunch crowd.
The Florida Supreme Court upheld a rate increase by the state's largest utility Florida Power & Light Co.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission adopted new rules for securities linked to mortgages and auto loans on a 5-0 vote.
As consumers and businesses continue to steer away from the financial relief of bankruptcy amid high filing costs and low interest rates, consider these strategic alternatives to bankruptcy which may be considered with or without judicial involvement and oversight.
Timbit doughnut holes, recently acquired by Burger King, have a cult-like following in Canada, exactly following Warren Buffett's model of investing in popular food companies.
Municipal bonds will be excluded from the group of easily sellable assets that banks can use to show they're able to survive a credit crunch, according to a person familiar with the rule.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is providing financing for Burger King Worldwide's planned takeover of Tim Hortons, the latest deal being backed by a commitment from the billionaire.
Duke Energy Florida will have to explain to state regulators an ongoing change in its billing process that two state senators say is spiking costs.
Longest-dated municipal bonds are delivering the best returns in the municipal market as yields approaching five-decade lows lead investors to take on more risk. The gains have driven yields on top-rated 30-year munis to 0.92 percentage point above debt due in 10 years, the smallest gap since December 2012.
The bank's beleaguered Portugal-based parent hires the adviser to sell its Miami operations.
Even as they signaled international monetary policies are set to diverge as economic recoveries increasingly differ, banking officials meeting over the weekend in Jackson Hole, Wyo., placed jobs at the center of their decision making by saying stronger hiring and wages are still needed to drive demand.
Burger King is in talks to buy Tim Hortons in hopes of creating a new, publicly traded company with its headquarters in Canada, meaning the Miami-based company could shave its U.S. tax bill.