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An examination by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York found that Deutsche Bank AG's giant U.S. operations suffer from a litany of serious financial-reporting problems that the lender has known about for years but not fixed, according to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
Chinese food safety officials accused a U.S.-owned Chinese meat supplier, Shanghai Husi Food, for signing off on sales of expired meat.
Computer systems housing The Wall Street Journal's news graphics were hacked by outside parties, according to Journal publisher Dow Jones & Co.
A spokeswoman for the PGA of America said more than 400 of its members who were employed as golf instructors at Dick's were notified on Tuesday that they would be laid off.
Electronic Arts reported solid profit growth in its first fiscal quarter, benefiting as consumers snapped up videogames for the latest generation of consoles.
Lawmakers concerned about companies reincorporating overseas to avoid U.S. taxes split along partisan lines over whether legislation should take aim at businesses that have relocated.
Connecticut's highest court is set to weigh in on a case against UBS that could limit protections for whistleblowers in the state.
Danone has launched a strategic review to ensure its long-term growth, amid renewed speculation over whether the French dairy group can survive as a stand-alone company.
Apple reported a 13% jump in iPhone sales as it heads into a major refresh of the company's flagship product, but iPad sales slid for the second consecutive quarter.
McDonald's is trying to fix the fundamentals of its business as the fast-food company plans for more weakness this year.
The interim chief executive of the L.A. Clippers said that embattled owner Donald Sterling's reputation has become so unfavorable that the team could lose its head coach, season ticket holders and corporate sponsors.
William Ackman had promised a "death blow" against Herbalife. Wall Street instead gave new life to the nutritional-supplement company's stock.
Farmers' preference for planting soybeans over corn will continue to challenge DuPont Co., one of the world's largest sellers of high-tech seeds, executives said Tuesday.
Coca-Cola's soda volumes resumed growth but profit and revenue slipped on weaker foreign currencies and higher marketing costs.
Microsoft said its quarterly profit declined as the company absorbed a financial hit from acquiring Nokia's money-losing cellphone business.
Wireless companies have been jockeying for new subscribers in a market where there are more active cellphone plans than there are people. Carriers have found the answer in tablets.
Comcast's second-quarter profit rose 15%, as it reduced its rate of video-subscriber losses, posted an increase in high-speed Internet customers and boosted profit in its NBCUniversal entertainment arm.
Americans' shift to low-carb, high-protein foods has sapped sales for Kellogg and other cereal makers but could be a boon for McDonald's, Taco Bell and other fast-food chains.
Israel's battle with Hamas has some tech entrepreneurs in Tel Aviv scrambling to staff their startups and keep to their travel plans.