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A judge ruled against RBC Capital Markets in a suit challenging the bank's advice in the buyout of ambulance operator Rural/Metro, a decision likely to rattle Wall Street and empower shareholders suing over deals.
U.S. wireless carriers have rejiggered the prices of their service plans again, extending a period of unusual volatility triggered by an aggressive push for customers by T-Mobile US Inc.
Auto makers are taking a fresh crack at solving the problem of how to make money on the tiny cars that European regulators, and many consumers, want them to sell.
The hunt for the founder of bitcoin turned into a cyberspace cat-and-mouse game, as would-be sleuths competed with pranksters in an effort to identify the mysterious inventor.
Americans renew their relationship with paper, ditching the cheap stuff for reading news and record-keeping to buy expensive stock for photo-based cards and albums from online juggernauts like Shutterfly.com.
T-Mobile is raising the price of its unlimited wireless data plan by $10 to $80 a month, as increased usage and an upgrade to faster wireless broadband increases the cost of providing that service.
Orthopedic device manufacturer Biomet Inc. filed plans for an initial public offering of up to $100 million, partially to pay off debts from its 2007 buyout.
The picture that emerges from General Motors's disclosures about events that led to the recent recalls of 1.6 million vehicles is of a company still burdened by bureaucratic complexity, and unable to respond decisively.
Boeing said a manufacturing problem had caused hairline cracks in the wings on some undelivered Dreamliner jets, requiring inspections on 43 aircraft and delaying some deliveries.
FDA asks Sanofi and Regeneron to conduct an assessment of the potential for a cholesterol drug they are codeveloping to cause neurocognitive adverse events.
Ranbaxy Laboratories, the India-based generic-drug maker beset by manufacturing-quality problems, has issued another recall of generic versions of the cholesterol drug Lipitor in the U.S. because of a potential dose mix-up.
Sally Beauty's chief executive sold $16.2 million of stock in the past week, shortly before the beauty-supply retailer said it was investigating an attempted breach of its payment systems.
Mexico took unprecedented strides to rein in the country's telecommunications and television operators, imposing a rash of measures on the phone companies of billionaire Carlos Slim and on the country's top broadcaster Grupo Televisa in a bid to improve competition in their markets.
Shares of Coupons.com surged after making their public trading debut, pushing the online coupon company's market value to about $2.2 billion.
General Motors has apologized profusely in recent days for an ignition-switch defect that existed for nine years and has been tied to at least 13 deaths in U.S. But apologies might be all many of the injured get.
Visa and MasterCard said they are forming a new group to speed up the adoption of technology aimed at improving credit- and debit-card security.
A medical services company owned by a J.P. Morgan private-equity arm is preparing to file for bankruptcy protection in the next two weeks as it struggles under a hefty debt load and declining sales.
Verizon Communications Inc. on Friday said its board has authorized the company to repurchase up to 100 million shares as the period for its previous buyback program wrapped up.
Oil and gas production also rose from the previous year.