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The Continent’s most powerful country is grappling with its leadership role—and other nations are, too.
American Apparel Inc. warned on Monday that it may need to raise additional capital over the next year even as it embarks on an aggressive cost-cutting plan.
Greece faces its European creditors at an impromptu summit of eurozone leaders Tuesday as both sides are working to find a way to keep the country afloat after its emphatic rejection of tough bailout terms.
John Elkann, chairman of Fiat Chrysler and scion of Italy’s Agnelli family, said in an interview that he isn’t giving up on a partnership with General Motors, arguing the auto industry will have to consolidate.
In an annual rite, big firms lay it on thick for students with cushy activities including kayaking, bowling and jam bands.
The new Hero4 Session isn’t GoPro’s best-quality camera. But its simplicity and size—about that of an ice cube—make it hard to beat, writes Geoffrey A. Fowler.
Hacking Team, which sells software allowing governments to hack into computers, has itself been hacked, and files posted late Sunday indicate it sold surveillance technology to dozens of countries.
German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 AG and publishing company Axel Springer SE are in talks to merge in a transaction that would shake up the media market, people familiar with the matter said.
E-cig shop owners are bracing for new rules that are expected to require federal approval for nearly all flavored liquid nicotine juices and e-cig devices sold in vape stores.
Humana on Monday cut its earnings outlook because of higher-than-expected medical costs as the company discussed its previously announced $34.1 billion tie-up with Aetna Inc.
Easier credit, dealer promotions and a sharp cutback in imports of used cars from the U.S. are causing a rebound in Mexico’s domestic auto sales, which along with strong export demand, is contributing to record production.
Legacy Reserves LP has agreed to buy natural gas assets in East Texas from Anadarko Petroleum and Western Gas Partners LP, a move that marks Legacy’s entry into the East Texas market.
Honda’s new CEO is making a break from his predecessor by prioritizing new technology, while stepping back from the aggressive sales targets the Japanese auto maker had struggled to meet.
China’s faltering stock market and flagging economy are likely spooking marine shipping investors more than Greece’s debt crisis, analysts say
Greek voters’ decisive rejection of international creditors’ bailout terms adds to the pressure on foreign exporters already worried about getting paid for imports into Greece.
Greece’s outspoken finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, resigned under pressure from his government and his country’s creditors, who identified him as an obstacle to productive talks about a new bailout deal.
As carriers look to speed up baggage queues, they are turning to self-service kiosks and digital trackers to continue to reduce lost or misdirected luggage.
However Greeks had voted Sunday would have heralded a period of turmoil. But with a resounding victory for the “no” vote, Greece and the eurozone are taking a leap into the unknown.
Uber asked police to protect drivers and passengers using its ride-sharing service from taxi drivers in Johannesburg, who have lashed out at a company they say is cutting into their business.
Toshiba is likely to mark down its past operating profit by at least $814 million as a result of accounting irregularities.