Express Scripts, the largest U.S. manager of drug benefits, agreed to pay less for AbbVie’s new hepatitis C drug in exchange for making it the exclusive option for patients.
The aborted release of “The Interview” has led to follow-up questions for Sony Pictures Entertainment, as the Hollywood studio’s outside attorney insisted the film “will be distributed.” The chief hurdle: how?
State-controlled oil producer OAO Rosneft said it has paid back $7 billion of a bridge loan it had taken to acquire TNK-BP, the largest foreign debt repayment by a Russian company since Western sanctions were imposed.
Airbus has delivered its first A350 twin-engine jetliner to Qatar Airways, capping a $15 billion dollar development program.
The U.K.’s Financial Reporting Council said it has launched an investigation into Tesco’s accounts for fiscal 2012, 2013 and 2014, following the recent accounting scandal at the supermarket chain.
Tesco Corp. slashed its outlook for its current quarter on Monday, saying the rapid decline in energy prices is hampering demand for its drilling equipment.
UPS all year has been focused on one day above the rest: Monday Dec. 22, when it will deliver 34 million packages, more than any other in its history—putting a new high-tech sorting system to the test.
Motorcycle riders between 55- and 64-years-old accounted for 16.3% of motorcycle crash deaths in 2013, up from 9.3% a decade earlier and less than 3% in the early 1990s, according to statistics from the U.S. traffic safety agency.
Google Inc. sued Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood on Friday, seeking to prevent him from enforcing a wide-ranging subpoena that has become entangled in a dispute between Google and Hollywood.
Danish high-end consumer electronics company Bang & Olufsen has cut its earnings guidance for the current fiscal year, citing production ramp-up and supply-chain issues.