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Yahoo is harnessing social media to give Katie Couric’s interviews mileage.
Travel to and from Russia’s once-thriving Moscow airports is declining as fewer locals venture outside the country and foreign tourist and business visitors dry up.
Apple on Monday reports quarterly results. The numbers won’t surpass the prior quarter, but analysts expect strong sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The world’s largest advertiser plans deep cuts in the number of ad agencies it works with in hopes of big savings on fees.
Nomad’s founders Martin E. Franklin and Noam Gottesman, backed by the surging strength of the U.S. dollar, want to climb to the top of the food chain. Nomad last week agreed to buy Iglo Foods for €2.6 billion ($2.81 billion)
A multibillion-dollar merger that would have created one of the world’s largest makers of semiconductor equipment collapses over antitrust approval.
The official first-quarter GDP growth of 7% is overstated, experts agree, but pinning down the real number is a head-scratcher.
The suggestion by some officials reflects the extent to which many of the eurozone’s decision makers no longer believe a deal on new bailout aid for Athens can be sealed before the old one expires.
Pharmaceutical companies such as Valeant are buying drugs that they see as undervalued, then raising the prices.
Fitch downgrades Japan’s credit rating, highlighting the challenges Prime Minister Shinzo Abe faces in trying to stoke growth and rein in public debt.
French computer services and technology company Capgemini will buy U.S. peer IGATE for $4 billion.
Ferdinand Piech’s exit as chairman of Volkswagen resolves a boardroom battle, but uncertainty isn’t over for the automotive giant.
When Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits the U.S., he will act as salesman-in-chief by marketing Japan’s high-speed rail system.
Shell argued for years that organic growth was a more cost-effective strategy than chasing huge acquisitions. It’s $70 billion deal for BG puts it in uncharted waters and will test its skills at integration.
International air-safety experts this week will consider proposals to restrict lithium batteries carried as cargo by commercial jets, a sign that momentum is building for a ban on some of the most common types of shipments.
Wal-Mart was slow to get into alcohol, but now it is fighting for the right to sell more of it. A prime target is Texas.
Airbus on Monday celebrates the 10-year anniversary of the A380 superjumbo’s first flight. But the European plane maker has struggled to win sales for its flagship plane.
Keywords: Computer programing is a skill uniquely suited to training children how to solve problems and to express themselves, and many educators think it should be part of the basic curriculum, even for grade schoolers.
The powerful chairman of Volkswagen, Ferdinand Piech, unexpectedly resigned, opening a new period of uncertainty.