New Zealand is introducing new labels on honey jars, moving to prevent cheap honey shipped from the South Pacific nation being passed off as the premium mânuka.
The Metropolitan Opera put the brakes on a threatened lockout of its union employees Thursday night, agreeing to a 72-hour postponement.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals posted improved second-quarter results and again made its case to acquire Allergan, but its financial guidance hurt shares.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture unveiled on Thursday the first major overhaul of the nation's poultry-inspection system in more than fifty years.
Vishal Sikka, the incoming chief executive of Infosys, is inheriting a business struggling to transform itself into a global software and consulting brand.
Germany's efforts to generate electricity from offshore wind farms have been marred by delays and cost overruns, but turbine maker Siemens and private-equity firm Blackstone are looking to buck that trend.
Alibaba Group said Thursday that it hired Google veteran Jane Penner as the head of its investor-relations operations.
Tesla Motors said its second-quarter loss widened to $62 million, or 50 cents a share, even as deliveries of its Model S sedan hit a new high.
Irish betting company Paddy Power PLC said it had been hacked four years ago and personal information of nearly 650,000 customers had been stolen, including email addresses, dates of birth and answers to security questions.
Poultry producer Pilgrim's Pride, fresh from losing a bruising battle to buy Hillshire Brands, said it remains on the lookout for acquisitions and is expanding abroad.
The London-listed steel maker has warned that it will miss its target for full-year earnings as the group bears the brunt of lower commodity prices despite swinging to a second-quarter net profit.
Smartphone security will be a focus of the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas next week as hackers develop new techniques to take over devices without alerting the user.
U.S. employers' labor costs rose in the second quarter at the fastest rate in nearly six years, a sign that a tightening labor market may be raising pressure on companies to boost worker pay.
Southwest Airlines and SeaWorld are terminating their 26-year-old marketing relationship, as the theme-park company faces pressure from animal-rights groups over the treatment of captive killer whales.
The FDA laid out a proposed new regulatory plan to oversee potentially thousands of laboratory-developed medical tests that the agency contends can be prone to errors.
Alibaba Group Holding is backing another California startup, announcing a $120 million strategic investment in gaming company Kabam Inc. and a partnership to publish and distribute its free-to-play mobile games.
LinkedIn continued its steady revenue growth in the second quarter, posting strong gains from advertising, subscription services and its flagship recruiting business.
McKesson Corp. said its fiscal first-quarter earnings fell 5% despite the drug wholesaler's strong revenue growth.
Discovery Communications boosted net income 26% in the second quarter, buoyed by its expanding international presence, though it lowered its earnings guidance slightly due partly to a slowing U.S. advertising market.
Microsoft must comply with a U.S. warrant for email stored in a company data center in Ireland, a federal judge ruled.
International Consolidated Airlines Group, which operators British Airways and Iberia, said it will trim capacity this winter despite reporting robust second-quarter earnings.
Public Storage's first-quarter profit rose 6% as the real-estate investment trust reported higher rents and occupancy.
Mobileye NV's initial public offering priced above the auto-technology company's recently raised expectations, with 35.6 million shares being sold for $25 apiece, people familiar with the matter said.
With a drumbeat of negative economic news weighing on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's chances at a second term, her administration is testing a new strategy: shoot the messenger.
China is spreading the word about its ambitious new market reforms, but U.S. firms like Microsoft aren't buying.
Hyatt Hotels Corp. said its second-quarter profit declined 34% as results were weighed down by expenses despite improvement in rates, occupancy and revenue.
GoPro, in its first earnings report after its IPO, reported better-than-expected second-quarter results but still saw its shares decline.
U.S. companies taking advantage of a widely used tax-avoidance maneuver face a ticking clock: The days of ultralow interest rates, courtesy of the Federal Reserve, are numbered.
The U.S. energy boom is producing a little-noticed side effect: American oil and gas companies are paying less in federal income taxes, thanks to investment incentives that allow for billions of dollars in tax deferrals.
The biggest part of Volkswagen's business, the iconic VW brand, is, however, faced with high costs, troubled markets and falling profitability.