China's aviation regulator cleared Boeing's 787 aircraft for commercial service with the nation's airlines.
SoftBank is readying a plan to allow the U.S. government an unusual level of influence over the operations of Sprint, a concession to ease security concerns raised by the proposed cross-border takeover.
Some of the biggest U.S. companies, including Google and FedEx, have quietly removed hundreds of offshore subsidiaries from their publicly disclosed financial filings over the past several years.
Chinese personal-computer maker Lenovo Group's fiscal fourth-quarter profit rose 90% from a year earlier, setting it apart from an industry that is struggling with weak demand.
Faced with public outrage over tax-evasion scandals at a time of austerity budgets, European leaders are trying to ensure that everybody pays their fair share.
PokerStars, the largest online poker company in the world, is playing a difficult hand: Just two years after being shut down in the U.S. it wants to return to the table.
Discovery Communications is launching a video network, dubbed TestTube, with original series available free, hoping to capture younger viewers harder to reach through traditional TV.
Zale named former Signet Jewelers CEO Terry Burman as its chairman, while the jewelry retailer also swung to a fiscal third-quarter profit despite a slight drop in revenue.
General Electric is thinking more seriously about selling off large parts of its financial business, which investors want to shrink.
Japan's All Nippon Airways started up two budget carriers last year, it got an unlikely perk from the ventures: some lessons in how ANA itself can become more nimble.