Texas Instruments Inc., the largest maker of analog semiconductors, predicted second-quarter profit that may exceed analysts’ estimates as demand increases for chips used in cellular networks.
Delta Air Lines Inc. rallied to a record, pulling other carriers higher, after it forecast stronger demand and revenue than analysts had estimated headed into the busy summer travel season.
Australian mining companies are prolonging a supply glut that’s driven coal prices to a four- year low because of freight contracts that make it cheaper to ship at a loss than to cut output.
Spot wholesale electricity in Texas fell as demand dropped below expectations.
Mihir Worah decided it was time to bet on rising consumer prices in November after Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities were on track for their worst year on record.
JetBlue Airways Corp. pilots voted to join the Air Line Pilots Association, ending the carrier’s status as the biggest U.S. airline without a union and erasing a gain in the stock.
United Technologies Corp.’s twin bets on aviation and commercial building systems are paying off.
AT&T Inc. plans to introduce an online-TV service by the end of this year, part of a pact with Chernin Group to invest more than $500 million to draw consumers who are flocking to Internet video.
Facebook Inc.’s generosity is getting harder to stomach for options traders after this month’s selloff in technology stocks.
People have money to spend.
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