Global security contractor G4S has agreed to pay back $181 million plus tax to the U.K. government for overcharging on contracts for tagging offenders, the Ministry of Justice said.
AT&T Inc. signaled again that it may lose interest in doing a wireless deal in Europe if it can't do one soon.
John Malone's international cable company Liberty Global has further appetite for consolidation in Europe, one of the firm's executives said.
As Pope Francis approaches the first anniversary of his election this Thursday, his popularity is generating a boom for religious media, a niche that rarely gathers much notice.
Energy XXI Ltd. agreed to acquire EPL Oil & Gas Inc. in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $1.53 billion that would create the largest publicly traded oil-and-gas producer focused on the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Express Inc. said its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings fell 25% as the young adult-focused apparel chain's revenue was hurt by extended promotions and deeper discounts.
Pfizer Inc. said a landmark study of its pneumonia vaccine met primary and secondary endpoints, showing the ability to reduce first episodes of several kinds of pneumonia.
European utilities E. ON SE and Enel SpA lowered their annual dividends as the subsidy-led boom in renewable energy hit earnings.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. says its first-quarter revenue and profit margins will beat previous estimates, as demand for high-performance chips has picked up.
Deutsche Lufthansa names Karl Ulrich Garnadt to head its core passenger airline business, replacing Carsten Spohr, who will become Lufthansa's chief executive in May.