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The planned overhaul of La Guardia Airport would make for a nicer experience for fliers, but it likely would do little to alleviate the congestion in New York’s skies or beyond, aviation analysts said.
Review-site firm Yelp Inc. cut its revenue guidance for the year Tuesday and said Chairman Max Levchin plans to step down from the company.
For Windows 10, Microsoft went all-out to turn around perceptions among corporate customers. For the better part of a year, it distributed in-progress versions to companies and gathered their feedback.
Harper Lee’s lawyer, Tonja Carter, is the author’s chief spokeswoman and advocate. Recently, Ms. Carter has taken on a new role: theater producer.
Twitter’s advertising business appears to be working its way past a temporary hiccup, but the growing pains are far from over.
BP swung to a loss, as earnings were hit by lower oil prices and a multibillion-dollar charge relating to its recent Deepwater Horizon settlement.
Brazil’s central bank will almost certainly raise its benchmark interest rate for the 16th time in just over two years in a bid to fight escalating inflation, but prices aren’t cooperating.
Reynolds American lifted its earnings outlook for the year, reflecting strong sales from its recently acquired Newport brand and a dramatic slowing in the industrywide rate at which cigarette smoking is falling off.
Tech Review: The new Microsoft operating system reverses the sins of Windows 8 and improves on Windows 7, yet misses chances for the PC to reclaim relevance, Geoffrey A. Fowler finds.
Intel and Micron say they developed a new breed of memory chips that could bring dramatic performance gains to computers, smartphones and other kinds of high-tech products.
The owners and managers of the 3.5 million small and midsize businesses that account for over half of Germany’s economic output are aging rapidly.
Wal-Mart has sent out a memo to hundreds suppliers warning them to comply with labeling laws, emphasizing that the amount inside a package matches what is printed on the outside.
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.