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Asiana has had major accidents in four of the past five years, prompting worries that its safety czar doesn’t have enough power to improve the South Korean airline’s track record.
The deal would give the food-and-beverage unit of Suntory Holdings two beverage brands and 260,000 drinks machines.
Charter Communications is nearing an acquisition of Time Warner Cable in a roughly $55 billion deal that would create a more potent rival for Comcast and DirecTV.
African economies will gather pace this year and next year, in their fitful and uneven economic ascent, three prominent organizations said in a joint report.
A small shareholder group, CtW, says Wal-Mart’s longtime auditor, Ernst & Young, knew about possible bribery in Mexico long before the company disclosed it to U.S. authorities.
John Nash, a mathematician whose work on the nature of human negotiation changed modern economics and whose personal struggles with mental illness touched millions, died Saturday in a car crash along with his wife, Alicia.
BookCon, the literary cousin of Comic Con, will aim to drum up buzz for new titles by letting book fans mingle with celebrities like Mindy Kaling and Judy Blume.
Members of the International Longshore & Warehouse Union overwhelmingly approved a five-year contract provides labor stability at U.S. West Coast ports.
Australia may allow foreign airlines to fly domestic routes in the country’s north—a plan that could hurt local carriers.
Oil companies are ratcheting up their involvement in the debate over climate change as governments, activists, churches and some big investors gear up for a global summit on the issue at the end of the year in Paris.
When opening arguments kick off Tuesday in a criminal trial over the collapse of law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf, emails will play a starring role.
Sirius Resources, which is building a vast nickel mine in Australia, agreed to a cash-and-shares takeover by rival Independence Group.
Barrick Gold said it will sell an Australian gold operation to Evolution Mining for $550 million.
To attract customers in China, Audi is betting on connected cars that feature autonomous-driving technology designed to free up drivers to browse the Internet while in transit.
Sweden emerged victorious in the 60th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, narrowly beating Russia, which was booed by the audience at the Wiener Stadthalle arena in Vienna.
Japan slipped back into a trade deficit in April as crude-oil imports rose, but stronger-than-expected exports provided a bright spot for the economy.
Amazon.com has started booking revenue from retail sales in individual European countries, instead of funneling all sales through low-tax Luxembourg.
“Losing the Signal” tells the inside story of Research In Motion’s efforts to take on the iPhone. Read an excerpt.
Nestlé is getting a big lift from customized Web orders for its still and sparkling water brands Poland Springs, Perrier and Pure Life.
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman says he is optimistic about Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, and says negotiations are “in endgame.”