The new head of General Motors Co.'s Cadillac luxury brand says he intends to slash inventories of unsold sedans in the U.S., push to reduce the number of dealerships and expand the portfolio of models.
Anheuser-Busch said it was disappointed and increasingly concerned by the NFL's handling of recent incidents, which the brewer said "have overshadowed" the league's season.
A lender to Trump SoHo, the upscale Manhattan hotel and condominium that Donald Trump unveiled on his television show The Apprentice, is foreclosing on the property and putting it up for sale, said people familiar with the matter.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday threw out a $368 million jury award for patent infringement that VirnetX Holding Corp. won against Apple Inc. in 2012.
Ireland's main dairy cooperative is betting that Americans will be willing to trade up for more expensive, imported butter and cheese even amid already record dairy prices.
German airline has reached an agreement with its cabin staff over its budget operations, averting another looming employee walkout after its pilots called off their latest strike.
UPS plans to hire between 90,000 and 95,000 seasonal employees this year and is taking additional steps to support an expected surge in deliveries during the holiday season.
Plans to overhaul the international tax system to make it more difficult for companies to shift profits to low-tax countries remain on track.
Dick's Sporting Goods said Tuesday that two of its top executives will soon retire, as the company contends with inconsistent results heading into the holiday-shopping period.
Qantas Airways says it is weathering a further squeeze on earnings from a weakening Australian dollar, less than a month after posting its biggest-ever loss.
The United Auto Workers union managed to eliminate a controversial two-tier wage structure at U.S. auto supplier Lear Corp. in contract talks.
The U.S. consumer-finance regulator sued troubled for-profit education firm Corinthian Colleges Inc., alleging the company prodded students into taking out unaffordable loans and used aggressive debt collection tactics.
Honeywell International Inc. and its suppliers plan to spend $900 million in coming years for research and development and to expand capacity to increase production of more-environmentally-friendly refrigerants, insulation materials, solvents and aerosols.
Many retailers have stumbled implementing RFID tags for inventory control, but the Zara chain is working the system. The scale and speed of its rollout is drawing notice.
Chiquita Brands International said that it is considering making concessions to secure European Commission approval for its planned merger with Irish fruit grower Fyffes.
The New York attorney general filed an antitrust lawsuit claiming that a plan by Actavis to withdraw an Alzheimer's treatment from the market early would force patients to switch to a new extended release version—effectively insulating its profits from low-price generic challengers.
A German regional court overturned a temporary injunction that banned startup Uber Technologies from offering its UberPop ride-sharing services throughout the country.
One of Russia's top Internet companies Mail. Ru Group has bought the remaining 48% stake in the country's most popular social network VKontakte for $1.47 billion, Mail. Ru said on Tuesday
Shares in ASOS dropped after the online fashion retailer warned that lower selling prices and investment in logistics and technology would hold back 2015 profit.
German car maker Opel plans to reorganize its Russian operations as demand for new cars has slumped amid a worsening domestic economy marked by the falling value of the ruble and economic sanctions imposed by western countries.
Nonunion American customer-service agents and reservationists voted to join a union coalition that already represents their peers at US Airways, after an earlier, pre-merger vote by the American employees fell short.
Casino developer Wynn Resorts Ltd. won a long-fought competition to build a $1.6 billion gambling resort just outside Boston, just as voters are getting ready to decide whether to repeal legalized casino gambling in November.
Specialty retailer Brookstone said Chief Executive James Speltz has resigned after taking the seller of travel gadgets and massage chairs through bankruptcy proceedings this summer.
Elon Musk's space venture could be cleared to launch rockets for the Pentagon by Dec. 1, a senior U.S. Air Force official said. The planned certification of the Falcon rockets would allow SpaceX to challenge a joint venture between Boeing and Lockheed Martin.
Orange said it plans to close the purchase of Spanish firm Jazztel in the first half of next year, which should lead to the creation of the second largest telecom operator in Spain.
Washington Prime Group, the strip-mall trust that spun off from Simon Property Group, agreed to buy Glimcher Realty Trust for about $2.06 billion.
A House Energy and Commerce Committee report criticizes both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and General Motors for failing to take action on the safety issue now linked to 19 deaths.
AstraZeneca and Eli Lilly said they will jointly develop a risky experimental Alzheimer's drug that could rake in as much as $5 billion in annual sales, but that AstraZeneca has said stands just a 9% chance of success.
Humana Inc. on Tuesday unveiled a $2 billion share-repurchase program to replace its current buyback.
Russia may tap its reserve fund next year for the first time in six years as the country faces increasing capital flight and decreasing oil prices, a finance ministry official said.