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Mozilla, the company behind the Firefox browser, named Chris Beard as its permanent chief executive. He has been interim CEO since April.
Cummins Inc.'s second-quarter earnings rose 7.7%, as strong revenue growth from North America bailed out the engine maker's weakening overseas businesses.
Horizon Pharma shares fell as company said CVS Caremark Corp. and Express Scripts Holding Co. will place Horizon's two biggest selling drugs on their exclusion lists at the start of next year.
After decades focusing on less-developed nations, big oil companies are piling back into wealthy countries with political stability that provides more-predictable cash flow.
Raytheon's board elected Chief Executive Thomas A. Kennedy as chairman, succeeding William H. Swanson, who plans to retire in September.
Delta Air Lines, moving to ratchet up customer service, intends to offer free entertainment options on all of its flights world-wide.
Duke Energy agreed to a $1.2 billion deal for certain generating assets from the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency.
Keywords: This month, Kik, a popular chat app among teens in the U.S., launched a feature that could be the future of advertising: people conversing directly with brands via bots.
Canadian power generator TransAlta said Monday it will build a gas power station in Western Australia at a cost of about $536 million.
Hilton is placing a $550 million bet that hotel guests increasingly will use smartphones to choose rooms, check in and even unlock doors.
General Motors Co.'s South Korean unit said Monday it had tentatively agreed on new wage terms for the year with its labor union, potentially averting a strike.
Cal-Maine Foods swung to a fiscal fourth-quarter profit amid improving sales and as the year-earlier period was weighed down by an antitrust litigation settlement.
Hospira has emerged as a bidder for Danone's medical-nutrition unit in a deal that could be worth about $5 billion and mark the latest in a flurry of so-called inversion deals.
Tencent Holdings will use its alliance with JD.com to offer early advance sales of Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox One consoles in China, as the online retailer ramps up efforts to compete with electronic-commerce major Alibaba Group Holding.
The U.K. government is launching its first onshore oil and gas licensing round in six years—the latest step in efforts to unlock shale gas reserves amid worries over increasing dependence on energy imports.
Ryanair, Europe's largest discount airline, raised its full-year earnings forecast and said it would pay a special divided after first-quarter profit more than doubled.
Audi on Saturday announced price cuts for spare parts of up to 38% in China, the company's largest market, as the Chinese government steps up its scrutiny of foreign luxury-car makers.
Meat supplier OSI Group Inc. said it would withdraw all products manufactured by its embattled Shanghai unit from the marketplace.
Safety awareness is serious business at workplaces such as construction sites, food manufacturing plants, mines and oil rigs. Now field-inspired safety protocols are migrating to the office, where hazards include dripping umbrellas and hot cups of coffee.
India's Reliance Power Ltd. said Sunday that it will buy the Jaypee Group's hydroelectric-power business for an undisclosed amount.