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CF Industries and OCI called off their planned $8 billion fertilizer merger, the latest multibillion-dollar transaction to fall foul of changes to U.S. tax rules designed to restrict so-called inversion deals.
Samsung Group said its near-replica of Johnson & Johnson’s blockbuster arthritis drug Remicade has been accepted for review by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Spotify AB nearly doubled its revenue in 2015, but losses grew amid continued investment in international expansion.
One of the labor market’s early warning systems—the number of temporary jobs being created month to month—may be flashing trouble. Recent recessions have come after a peak in temp hirings, and a new post-recession peak appears to have been notched in December.
The two health-insurance companies are quarreling behind the scenes on several fronts, according to a series of letters reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
Global companies are struggling with a strong dollar, while domestically oriented U.S. manufacturers are buoyed by the relatively brighter auto, housing and job markets, representing a split picture.
Energy Future Holdings Corp. is bracing to fend off a possible rival chapter 11 plan from an unnamed suitor for its Oncor electricity-transmissions business, a lawyer for the company, Marc Kieselstein, told a bankruptcy judge Monday.
Virtual-reality headset makers say 2016 will be the year of VR. Content-creators, however, tell a different story. VR isn’t ready for prime time.
Italian fashion house Versace appointed Jonathan Akeroyd as its new chief executive, replacing Gian Giacomo Ferraris.
Freight railroads are pushing a federal regulator to change a rule giving passenger trains priority over cargo trains. But Amtrak, whose long-haul national trains are chronically late, is fighting back.
Tencent of China is in talks with SoftBank to buy the Japanese telecommunications giant’s majority stake in Supercell, the Finland-based maker of popular mobile games such as “Clash of Clans.”
Tension in Sumner Redstone’s $40 billion media empire erupted, as Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman and director George Abrams were told they were removed as stewards of the mogul’s Viacom and CBS stakes.
Two criminal trials of former health-care executives set to begin in a Boston courthouse illustrate what the federal government says is a new push to hold more individuals accountable for alleged corporate wrongdoing.
GE announced a raft of investments worth at least $1.4 billion in Saudi Arabia as the Persian Gulf kingdom seeks to reduce its oil dependence.
Internet giant Alibaba’s Alipay has had a lock on China’s huge mobile-payment market, but now rival Tencent is leveraging its WeChat app to increase its slice.
Ryanair posted a 43% rise in net profit in its latest fiscal year when the number of passengers passed 100 million for the first time, but warned that worries about terrorism could push falling airfares even further down.
Gannett is signaling it could abandon a bid to acquire Tribune Publishing if not enough Tribune shareholders indicate their support for the proposed takeover at the company’s annual meeting.