|Trump Auto Tariff Timetable Likely to Slip|
The Trump administration is pushing back its timetable for completing a controversial investigation into whether to impose tariffs on auto imports, as officials try to negotiate agreements with some of the world’s largest car exporters.
|Toll Brothers Profit Jumps as Deliveries Rise|
Toll Brothers’s profit rose 30% in its latest quarter as the luxury-home builder reported strong growth in deliveries and continued to reach deals with customers at a rapid clip. The company said the value of contracts signed in the quarter rose 12%, especially in its West, South and mid-Atlantic regions.
|Cat Fight:Cheetos Maker Pepsi Challenges Orange Snack Rival|
PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay division, which makes Cheetos, has accused a new competitor called Peatos, a skinny orange snack made of peas and lentils, of trademark violations.
|New Fiat Chrysler CEO Inherits Marchionne's Unfinished Business|
Fiat Chrysler CEO Mike Manley’s predecessor built a reputation as a turnaround specialist but left unresolved the future of FCA’s legacy business in Europe.
|Kohl's, TJ Maxx Continue Strong Run for Retailers|
Retailers extended their run of good news on Tuesday with Kohl’s and the parent of T.J. Maxx reporting strong quarterly results.
|Trump Complained About Fed Rate Increases at Fundraiser|
President Trump told donors he is unhappy with the Federal Reserve’s recent interest-rate increases and raised doubts about the man he placed in charge of the institution, Jerome Powell, people in attendance said
|Fed's Kaplan Still Favors Gradual Path of Rate Increases|
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan said in an essay published Tuesday that he would like the central bank to press forward with rate increases amid a very strong job market.