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Wireless services provider NII Holdings Inc. said it plans to explore strategic options, following last month's warning from the company that it faces long-term liquidity issues.
China's auto sales were up 10.7% in the first two months of the year, on the back of strong demand in the world's largest car market.
Bouygues offered to sell its mobile-phone network to Iliad to head off antitrust concerns around the French conglomerate's bid to buy Vivendi's SFR unit
Satellite companies are finding a growing market among nonprofits, governments and commercial clients seeking affordable bird's-eye views of Africa.
Car sales in India gained in February after four months of decline, fueled largely by demand for Maruti Suzuki 's new Celerio hatchback and Honda Motor's Amaze compact car.
U.K. consumer-goods company Reckitt Benckiser said it bought the K-Y brand of intimate lubricants from a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary for an undisclosed sum.
Shareholders of Spanish cable company Ono are moving ahead with plans to list shares in Madrid amid uncertainty about a possible takeover offer by Vodafone.
Chinese auto maker Geely Automobile Holdings said it would consider reducing the number of cars it exports to Ukraine for assembly should the political situation there deteriorate.
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.
Hochtief of Germany is offering to buy additional shares of Australian construction company Leighton Holdings at a 6.9% premium, aiming to raise its stake to about 74% from about 59%.
Lobbying powerhouse Patton Boggs is at a critical juncture, battling for its position in a changing industry and against scrappy upstarts.
Construction-equipment makers Caterpillar and Sany Heavy Industry clashed at a trade show over which company is No. 1 in the Chinese excavator market.
Environmentally friendly companies will be pushing clean technology that is smarter, thanks to better data, when products go on display this week at the Cleantech Forum in San Francisco.
FDA asks Sanofi and Regeneron to conduct an assessment of the potential for a cholesterol drug they are codeveloping to cause neurocognitive adverse events.
United Rentals agreed to buy four companies which supply pumping equipment to the energy industry and other users for a total of $780 million.
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.
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.
Nomura analysts say local governments increased their debt by nearly 40 percent in 2011 and 2012, creating systemic dangers.
BlackBerry said that it had reached an agreement to sell the company for $9 a share to a group led by Fairfax Financial Holdings.
The $920 million JPMorgan Chase agreed to pay to settle S.E.C. civil allegations is coming from the firm’s shareholders, who already took a $6 billion hit.