Chrysler said its U.S. auto sales rose 20% in July, its strongest July since 2005, as the auto maker's Jeep brand turned in another strong month.
The slow-moving mating dance between Sprint and T-Mobile US got a jolt when France's Iliad made a buyout offer for T-Mobile US, setting up a clash between two of the global telecom industry's brashest titans.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has ordered airlines to fly at higher altitudes over Iraq amid growing concerns about carriers operating around conflict zones.
The operator of British Airways and Iberia said it will trim capacity this winter despite reporting robust second-quarter earnings.
Weyerhaeuser said second-quarter earnings rose 43% on strong growth in wood-products sales and one-time gains.
The U.S. is shaking up the global solar-equipment industry by imposing heavy antidumping tariffs on Chinese makers.
Woodside Petroleum shareholders killed off a proposed $2.68 billion deal to buy most of Royal Dutch Shell's interest in the oil and gas producer, marking a rare display of minority investor power that could disrupt both companies' growth strategies.
New Zealand is introducing new labels on honey jars, moving to prevent cheap honey shipped from the South Pacific nation being passed off as the premium mânuka.
The London-listed steel maker has warned that it will miss its target for full-year earnings as the group bears the brunt of lower commodity prices despite swinging to a second-quarter net profit.
Vishal Sikka, the incoming chief executive of Infosys, is inheriting a business struggling to transform itself into a global software and consulting brand.