Canada’s export-credit financier said it would provide up to $450 million in financing to South Africa’s state-owned rail company to purchase locomotives from Bombardier Inc.
Eurozone consumer prices fell for the third straight month in February, although at a slower pace, while the jobless rate in January fell to its lowest level since early 2012.
Rebekah Brooks is close to finalizing a deal to return to News Corp, people familiar with the matter said.
Amgen took a step forward in its efforts to make its Kyprolis cancer therapy a standard treatment for many multiple myeloma patients, saying the drug performed better than older rival Velcade in a study.
Two big semiconductor makers, NXP and Freescale, agreed to a merger that would create a chip giant. NXP said the purchase price implies an equity value of $11.8 billion for Freescale.
When it comes to building better hardware and much improved software, the sixth time’s the charm
Investors will get their first look on Tuesday at a full year of Glencore’s financial results since it acquired Xstrata and its ample coal reserves in 2013. Coal prices are off about 25% since then.
The U.K. government said it won’t approve the sale of British North Sea natural gas fields from German utility RWE to an investment fund backed by Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman over concerns the oligarch is a future target of European sanctions.
Robert Benmosche, who brought insurance giant AIG back from the brink of bankruptcy and led it to repay its historic bailout, died Friday at age 70 after a five-year battle with lung cancer.
Sprint will offer a wireless phone plan only available at Best Buy that the companies say provides a ‘more simplified way’ to buy phone service.
German utility RWE AG said Monday it closed the sale of its oil-and-gas unit Dea for 5.1 billion euros ($5.7 billion) to a group of Russian investors led by Mikhail Fridman, who threatened legal action if the U.K.
Fujifilm’s drug Avigan, which has shown signs of efficacy against the Ebola virus, has drawn interest from about 20 countries and the company stands ready for large orders, its chief executive said.
It’s hard to believe, but the number of women at venture capital firms is going from terrible to worse. However, some resourceful female investors and entrepreneurs are finding creative ways around the roadblocks.
The federal communications agency is using a new argument to override state laws limiting cities’ ability to run their own Internet service.
With its new Galaxy S6 smartphone, Samsung is looking to jump ahead of Apple and Google in one of the most competitive battlegrounds in mobile software and services—payments.
German utility RWE and an energy-investment fund led by Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman signaled Sunday that they would proceed this week with a $5.6 billion deal for oil-and-gas fields over the objections of the U.K.
Samsung introduced a new flagship phone, the Galaxy S6, with a double-curved screen and its own mobile-payment service, as the Korean giant looks to keep pace with Apple and Xiaomi.
Spain’s largest bailed-out lender said net profit in the fourth quarter of 2014 was 268 million euros ($300.08 million) from 150 million euros a year earlier.
When telecom and tech leaders convene in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress this coming week, one topic will rise above the rest: regulation.
Wage growth is breaking out in an unexpected corner of the U.S. economy: the nation’s restaurants and bars. Food-service employment has surged since the recession ended nearly six years ago, growing twice as fast as overall payrolls.
Spain’s Abertis Infraestructuras said it has agreed to buy 90% of the telecommunication tower business of Italy’s Wind Telecomunicazioni for €693 million.
Sony’s struggling mobile unit can’t be justified at a low profit margin and won’t tie itself to smartphones or even hardware, its new president says.
The U.S. and five Pacific countries agreed to participate in demonstration flights to pave the way for universal tracking of jetliners—a move prompted by the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 nearly a year ago.
Southern California ports are thinking about ways they can speed things up after a labor dispute contributed to near gridlock in their operations. Cargomatic, a sort of Uber for cargo, is one solution.
Telecom firms trying to connect billions more people to the Web aren’t sure if Facebook is their friend or foe. Tensions between the phone and Internet industries will be on display at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
France’s Orange is considering launching a bid to tie-up with Telecom Italia in a sign that European telecommunications companies are continuing to push forward a wave of consolidation across the region.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. is entering the world of virtual reality, part of its move to diversify its product line to boost sales.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway posted lower earnings for the fourth quarter amid investment derivative gains of $192 million.
Guinness has decided to resume sponsorship of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Fifth Avenue after dropping out last year, sparking criticism from gay activists who want a broad boycott because of what they call the organizers’ discriminatory policies.
U.S. officials and business groups are objecting to a draft Chinese antiterrorism law that they say will serve as a new way for Beijing to acquire proprietary information or nudge foreign technology companies out of the vast market.