More than a decade after a disastrous foray abroad, Japan's biggest telecom group, NTT, is trying to grow overseas again.
Google's entry into the drone business brings financial and lobbying heft that should help the fledging industry overcome technical and regulatory obstacles.
Amphenol Corp. is buying Cap-Con Automotive Technologies Ltd.'s Casco Automotive Group for about $450 million, a deal that would expand the interconnect manufacturer's automotive offerings.
As the FCC reviews Comcast's proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable, the agency is encouraging media companies to offer feedback confidentially. One gripe: a practice that gives cable giants the same terms as competitors.
Time Warner Inc. has ended talks to forge a joint venture with Vice Media to revamp its struggling HLN channel, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Europe's struggle to prevent ultralow inflation from derailing an already fragile economic recovery grew even more challenging as consumer prices weakened to a five-year low in August.
Brazil's economy shrank 0.9% in the second quarter compared with a year ago, and 0.6% compared with the previous quarter as services, industry and investment all contracted.
U.S. stock futures rose Friday, with major indexes on track for weekly gains.
Federal regulators have requested more information on Reynolds American's pending deals to buy Lorillard and divest certain brands to Imperial Tobacco Group.
The number of McDonald's restaurants shut down by Russia's consumer regulator continues to rise as tensions between Moscow and the West grow.
Google's advanced-research lab said it is developing a system of drones to deliver goods. Rival Amazon.com is also testing delivery drones, and Domino's tested delivering pies via drone in 2013.
Companies that sell electricity are desperately trying to find new ways to sell more kilowatts. Enticing Americans to adopt electric cars would give utilities' profits a jolt.
Medtronic and AbbVie agreed to reimburse top executives and board members for millions of dollars in taxes triggered by acquisitions the health-care companies are pursuing that would move their legal homes abroad.
Company struggles to unload a batch of 787s built during the height of its problems with the plane's design and supply chain snafus.
Peter Hancock takes the helm Monday, aiming to leverage the insurer's trove of information in a quest to boost profits.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew is planning a Sept. 8 speech about a controversial corporate strategy known as tax inversions, suggesting that the White House could be progressing in its effort to upend the practices.
The annual inflation rate in the 18 nations that use the euro sank further in August, heaping further pressure on the European Central Bank to take more aggressive steps to fuel growth in the euro zone's stagnant economy.
Dave Lewis will become Tesco chief executive a month earlier than planned, taking over a global retail giant lurching from one crisis to the next.
The Chinese-backed company that bought Sweden's Saab Automobile out of bankruptcy filed its second petition for bankruptcy protection with a Swedish court.
An ex-detective working for Austria's troubled Hypo bank is tracing the losses behind a lending debacle that has cost taxpayers billions of euros so far.
Tim Hortons Inc. would owe Burger King about $317 million if the Canadian company were to walk away from its $11 billion sale to the U.S. fast-food chain, according to the pair's merger agreement.
Apple and Google are providing scholarships and developers kits to software coders as young as 13 years old, looking to land whiz kids interested in writing apps for their smartphones and tablet computers.
Charles Shrem will plead guilty Thursday to one criminal count stemming from what prosecutors had alleged was a drug scheme involving his virtual-currency exchange.
American Airlines, which on Tuesday withdrew its flights from consumer websites powered by Orbitz Worldwide., did a U-turn Friday after reaching agreement with the online travel agency on business terms.
Hershey unveiled a new logo Friday in an effort to give the 120-year-old chocolate company a more modern look.
Toys 'R' Us posted a wider loss in its fiscal second-quarter as discounts took a toll on the bottom line, even as sales rose.
China's biggest state-owned banks reported a surge in soured and castoff loans in the first half of the year as China's slowing growth takes an increasing toll on its lenders.
Hong Kong's stock exchange is exploring a rule change, months after its refusal to budge on the issue of special share classes cost it the lucrative Alibaba initial public offering.
Household spending fell in July, a sign that cautious consumers could hold back economic growth in the second half of the year.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's decision to raise taxes is taking a toll, hurting household spending and putting his "Abenomics" revival plan at risk.