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Line Corp., a Japan-based operator of a popular mobile messaging application, says it has decided not to go ahead with an initial public offering in Japan or overseas this year.
Ahead of the Tape: Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond are cheap and may get even cheaper when the home-furnishings retailer reports results Tuesday. But are they cheap enough?
Workers at five German Amazon.com logistics centers walked out in a two-day strike to support demands for a collective wage agreement, the Verdi labor union said.
Cash-strapped RadioShack said it tried but failed to convince a major supplier to help its finances by altering its terms, a setback as the struggling electronics retailer works to avoid a bankruptcy filing.
Private-equity firm Symphony Technology Group is buying the construction data unit of McGraw Hill Financial Inc. for $320 million in cash, McGraw Hill said on Monday evening.
Six international energy companies have agreed to work to reduce emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, in partnership with more than a dozen national governments through a new United Nations framework.
The death toll from a defect in older model General Motors small cars increased to 21 on Monday, and could go higher, according to a victims' compensation expert hired by the company.
Omnicom said Chief Financial Officer Randall Weisenburger has stepped down and its board has appointed Philip Angelastro to succeed his as CFO of the advertising company.
Germany's Merck is paying $17 billion to acquire Sigma-Aldrich, a U.S. supplier of laboratory testing materials, as Merck looks to reduce its reliance on finding blockbuster drugs.
As students walked out of classes to demand more democracy in Hong Kong, a group of tycoons went north to Beijing to discuss their views on the city's political future.
AgustaWestland North America has sued the U.S. government to block the Pentagon's proposed award of an $800 million helicopter deal to an arm of Airbus Group, alleging that the defense department violated its own rules for opening contracts to competition.
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German engineering company Siemens agreed to buy U.S. oil-equipment maker Dresser-Rand Group for $6.4 billion.
The Rockefellers, whose family fortune sprung from oil, said Monday that their fund is working on a plan to divest itself of fossil-fuel interests.
Canadian pipeline operator Veresen Inc. said Monday that it has reached a $1.43 billion agreement with Global Infrastructure Partners for that company's 50% stake in a Western U.S. natural gas pipeline.
Adobe Systems said it acquired privately held Aviary, a deal that give it a developer of software development kits, or mobile SDKs, used to create mobile apps.
A joint venture of AT&T Inc. and media mogul Peter Chernin plans to buy a majority stake in Fullscreen, which produces shows and music distributed via YouTube, as the telecom giant deepens its involvement in online video.
Daimler is targeting emerging markets such as Africa and Southeast Asia with a line of stripped-down trucks produced in India.
Fox is coming off a season of few new hits and double-digit declines in viewers. Now, the network's plan is to first make a hit out of "Gotham" and then get more out of in-house programming.