In a rare public dustup between two of the biggest collaborators in the aerospace industry, a major supplier to Boeing Co. said the world’s largest plane maker was behind on tens of millions dollars in payments due at the end of last month.
Nike said Chief Executive Mark Parker’s total compensation nearly tripled to $47.6 million for fiscal year 2016 compared with a year earlier thanks to a big increase in stock awards tied to him taking over the chairman role.
Two years ago, the CEO of Verizon Communications handed a rising lieutenant a big job: build three business units that can each generate $5 billion of revenue a year. That executive is Marni Walden.
Apple has tapped a highly-regarded senior executive who helped bring to market many of Apple’s signature products to oversee its fledgling automobile project, according to people familiar with the matter.
Outerwall agreed to be acquired by private-equity firm Apollo Global Management for roughly $895 million, which would take the owner of Redbox movie-rental kiosks private.
The two smaller firms haven't made a formal offer for the $3.5 billion bookmaker, and it sounds skeptical but says it will listen to a proposal.
Verizon announced plans to buy Yahoo for $4.83 billion in cash, ending a drawn-out auction process for the beleaguered internet company.
Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg is stepping down as the Swedish telecom-equipment maker struggles with slowing demand and fierce competition.
The best-paid CEOs tend to run some of the worst-performing companies and vice versa, even when pay and performance are measured over the course of many years, according to a new study.
Hollywood’s sequel slowdown continued this weekend, this time with “Star Trek Beyond” and “Ice Age: Collision Course” faring worse than their predecessors at the box office.
Verizon’s planned acquisition of Yahoo deepens the nation’s largest wireless carrier’s investment in digital media but hands it a troubled company in need of restructuring.
Federal Reserve bank presidents are pushing back against a rising chorus of voices saying the central bank’s century-old structure needs to be overhauled to reduce bankers’ influence over its operations and policies.
Finance chiefs at companies including Baxter International, Northern Trust and Alaska Air are turning to outside consultants as they grapple with increasingly complex challenges ranging from shareholder activism to merger integration.
Yahoo’s $4.83 billion sale to Verizon puts an exclamation point on a tumultuous two-decade run that began with success as the web’s organizer, and ended with a cycle of failed leaders and strategic blunders.
Sprint on Monday reported its loss widened in the most recent quarter, though revenue slid less than expected.
Major Japanese firms will this week release results for the April-June period in which the yen strengthened more than 8% against the U.S. dollar.
Philips reported a 57% rise in second-quarter net profit as it benefited from a strong performance of its health-technology operations and cost savings.
Huawei Technologies didn’t disclose a revenue breakdown by business segment, but analysts said the Chinese technology giant, which is increasing its share of the global smartphone market, has seen revenue growth from its carrier business.
Streaming music is just a sideline for the industry’s power players—Apple, Amazon.com and Google parent Alphabet.
China is having a bout of robot fever, with “machine people” popping up from banks to badminton courts, but the enthusiasm has some worried about signs of a robot bubble.
McDonald’s Corp. is scheduled to announce its second-quarter earnings before the market opens on Tuesday. Here’s what you need to know.
The recent boom in oil transportation by rail in the U.S. is in decline, threatening what was once viewed as a sizable driver of growth for the railroad industry.
Starbucks Corp. is reorganizing the roles of its senior leaders, a week after the coffee giant had a sales-target miss for its third consecutive quarter.
Twitter is fast turning into a digital hangout for sports fans, striking deals with Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League to host live video of games.
AMC Entertainment and Carmike Cinemas said they had agreed to a sweetened takeover deal at more than $800 million, after a vote to approve the deal was twice postponed.
LVMH agreed to sell Donna Karan International to apparel company G-III for $650 million including debt—an unusual retreat for the French luxury giant from a major brand it tried for years to revive.
Ryanair stuck to its earnings target for the year after first-quarter profit rose 4%—bucking a trend for European carriers, whose earnings have been hit by shocks including terrorist attacks, air-traffic-control strikes and Brexit.
Columnist Christopher Mims writes that “Pokémon Go” became a monster hit by connecting people playing the game, even though it isn’t explicitly about bringing people together.
Tesla is scrambling to finish building its massive $5 billion battery factory in Nevada to meet demand for its coming cheaper sedan, the Model 3, and provide power for new types of vehicles CEO Elon Musk says are under development.
From nonalcoholic martinis to cocktails frothed with chickpea brine, drink purveyors are hustling to satisfy consumers’ growing desire for what they see as healthier quaffs.