The Indian Ocean container ship stuck in the Elbe River for more than five days is afloat again after a third attempt to rescue the vessel succeeded overnight.
Arizona’s economy took a hit when many illegal immigrants left for Mexico, but there were more jobs and higher wages for some low-skilled workers.
Alphabet Inc. granted Sundar Pichai, chief executive of the company’s main Google business, an equity award valued at $199 million, making him one of the world’s highest-paid executives.
Partners at some of the top U.S. law firms are approaching—and sometimes surpassing—the watershed billing rate of $1,500 an hour, making the $1,000-an-hour legal fees that once seemed so steep look quaint by comparison.
Ma Bell’s old switching centers and phone companies’ data center warehouses are on the auction block as telephone companies downsize for more modern wireless services.
Volkswagen said its head of quality assurance will leave the company, as Chief Executive Matthias Müller continues to shake up the car maker’s management in the wake of its emissions-cheating scandal.
Indian telecommunications regulator issues rules requiring companies to charge the same price for access to any website.
“Kung Fu Panda 3” remained atop the box office over Super Bowl weekend, while the Coen brothers’ “Hail, Caesar!” and the Jane Austen-monster mashup “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” followed distantly behind.
A bidding war worth more than $6 billion is intensifying between a Canadian investment firm and an Australian logistics company for port-and-rail operator Asciano.
The pharmaceutical industry is ramping up an advertising campaign designed to improve its reputation with lawmakers as it lobbies against any effort to rein in prescription costs.
Technologists are working hard to find alternatives to pesky computer passwords. Aiming to strike a balance between security and ease of use, big tech firms are turning to the smartphone as a replacement for passwords and other identification.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto plans to replace the chief executive of Petróleos Mexicanos, shuffling the management of the state oil company as it struggles with the fallout from the plunge in global oil prices, people familiar with the situation said Monday.
21st Century Fox said its revenue fell 8.4% in its latest quarter, as stronger cable and television advertising revenue was offset by lower revenue at its film business and the effect of asset sales a year earlier.
A Royal Caribbean Cruises cruise ship headed to Florida that ran into high winds and rough seas in the Atlantic Ocean on Sunday will turn around and return to Cape Liberty, N.J., the company said Monday.
One of the last big North Sea projects sanctioned under high oil prices has begun pumping natural gas, highlighting an unexpected boom in U.K. energy production that analysts say is unsustainable.
Apollo Education Group said Monday it had reached a deal to be taken private by a group of investors including Apollo Global Management in a $1.1 billion deal.
Anglo American Chief Executive Mark Cutifani said this year is set to be even more difficult for mining companies and commodity markets than 2015.
Columnist Christopher Mims says that perhaps one way to make online dating less fraught is to treat it with clinical detachment. With Valentine’s Day near, it’s time to bring on the economists.
After a tough end to 2015, big companies are starting the new year with a tight rein on capital spending, and in some cases layoffs, seeking to cope with sluggish industrial demand and uncertainties about the American consumer.
A fire at an offshore platform run by Petróleos Mexicanos killed two workers and injured eight, the Mexican state oil company said.
French drugmaker Sanofi reported sharply lower fourth-quarter net profit, hit by growing pricing pressure in the U.S. diabetes market and higher accounting charges.
A critic of the Federal Reserve released a new report pointing out that the central bank’s leadership is predominantly white, male and drawn from the banking community.
France’s data-protection regulator late Monday threatened to fine Facebook Inc. if it doesn’t change how it handles data about its users and others on the Internet.
Yelp said its chief financial officer was leaving as it reported another quarterly loss, driven by higher spending.
Chesapeake Energy said it “has no plans to pursue bankruptcy” after reports intensified such fears, cutting its stock in half in early trading.
Hasbro posted a better-than-expected, double-digit revenue gain Monday, boosted in part by the brisk sale of Stars Wars toys during its latest quarter.
DP World has warned of difficult times ahead for global trade after growth in container volumes handled by its global network of ports slowed sharply last year despite improved activity in Europe and the United Arab Emirates.
Super Bowl ads had a lighter tone this year, a marked departure from 2015 when experts said too many companies aired overly emotional or heavy spots.
Maryland authorities for the first time have brought felony theft charges in a case involving the poaching of farm-raised oysters.
Airbus Group will fly the largest version of its new single-aisle plane for the first time as early as this week. The plane maker has dropped plans to use engines made by Pratt & Whitney for the maiden flight of the A321neo aircraft in favor of ones manufactured by CFM International.