Select Income agreed to acquire non-listed real-estate investment trust Cole Corporate Income Trust in a deal valued at $3 billion, including the assumption of $298 million of mortgage debt.
Shares in Tianhe Chemicals Group, the recently-listed Chinese maker of specialty chemicals, were suspended from trading Tuesday after an activist group's report questioned the accuracy of its earnings.
McDonald's is overhauling its food-safety strategy in China after problems with a supplier hit the fast-food chain's image and eroded sales in the country.
Chief financial officers are finding that giving away money, time and products to charitable causes is a good way to attract young talent.
The NYSE's new owners have launched a bruising, top-to-bottom renovation that includes shrinking the company and reshaping its culture.
OSX Brasil SA's chief financial officer says the shipbuilder intends to file a new rescue plan before mid-September while it still has protection from creditors' claims.
Back to Work: Despite an improving U.S. economy, the retail industry—tied more closely to consumer spending than any other—is struggling.
Luxottica Group SpA, the world's largest eyewear maker, said Andrea Guerra had stepped down as chief executive, as expected, after almost 10 years.
European Union antitrust officials have sent a detailed questionnaire to competitors and customers of Facebook and message service WhatsApp as they probe the proposed $19 billion acquisition of the latter by the California-based tech giant.
In the latest of a series of restructuring moves among Samsung Group companies, the shipbuilding and engineering businesses of South Korea's largest conglomerate will merge.
The battle for Family Dollar Stores escalated, as Dollar General raised its bid for the second-biggest U.S. dollar-retail chain to $80 a share and took steps to help allay antitrust concerns.
The prices of goods leaving the euro zone's factory gates resumed their decline in July, an indication that the currency area won't soon escape a lengthening period of very low inflation that threatens to undermine its fragile economy.
More than a decade after a disastrous foray abroad, Japan's biggest telecom group, NTT, is trying to grow overseas again.
Compuware Corp. is nearing a deal to sell itself, according to people familiar with the matter. The Detroit-based software developer is in advanced talks with a private-equity buyer, one of the people said.
Nelson Pizarro on Monday took over the helm of Corporación Nacional del Cobre de Chile and promised to take a close look at the company's ambitious expansion plans.
Beijing is pressing unpopular changes to Hong Kong's election laws that some say threaten to undermine the pillars that have made the city a commercial success at the doorstep of the world's second-biggest economy.
The troubles for U.S.-based food processor OSI are a lesson in the perils faced by foreign companies in China, when operations are under unprecedented scrutiny and negative publicity can destroy a business almost overnight.
Five years after Dubai teetered on the brink of financial disaster, there are signs emerging that the emirate's IPO market is returning to life as the owner of the world's largest shopping mall prepares to sell shares to the public.
French telecom company Iliad said it is in talks with several potential partners to file a new bid for control of U.S. operator T-Mobile US.
Italy has joined France in contraction, while German factories had their most sluggish month since September last year. By contrast, activity in Greece expanded, while Ireland's factories had their strongest month since late 1999.
A regional court in Frankfurt imposed a nationwide ban on Uber Technologies' cab-hailing service, a serious challenge to the company's ambitious expansion plans in Europe's largest economy.
A plan for a brand new airport for London championed by the city's mayor Boris Johnson has failed to secure the backing of a commission studying how to add hub capacity in the U.K.
U.S. companies in China feel less welcome there and have become targets of government pricing and corruption campaigns, according to a survey released on Tuesday from the American Chamber of Commerce in China.
Apple said it is investigating reports that vulnerabilities in its iCloud service were exploited to hack the accounts of celebrities, leading to the publication of nude photos and videos.
Business-software startups love to criticize the establishment, but they also enjoy borrowing from the old timers' playbook.That strategy will be on show at BoxWorks, the annual gathering for customers and allies of Box.
The White House and union leaders used the Labor Day weekend to reinvigorate efforts to raise the minimum wage.
Malaysia's government is on track to introduce a long-delayed consumption tax of 6% in April 2015, Dato' Sri Abdul Wahid Omar, minister in charge of economic planning, said Monday.
British engineering company may lose its role as sole engine provider for the Pentagon's V-22 aircraft, as the U.S. military explores ways to cut costs.
A Toyota affiliate started construction on its first commercial hydrogen refueling station, in an effort to support the car maker's planned introduction of a hydrogen-powered fuel-cell car next year.
OSI Group will let an arm of U.S. food-service company Golden State Foods manage one of its China plants in a bid to rebound from accusations that it sold past-due meat there.