Mylan says that the $100 profit per two-pack of its EpiPen injectors presented by CEO Heather Bresch to Congress last week is actually 60% higher.
An oil producers’ meeting in Algeria may be surprisingly productive, but there will be little fundamental impact of a freeze on a glutted market.
European central banks are looking to corporate debt to help get the region’s economy firing on all cylinders again, but many companies are wary of investing the proceeds from those purchases.
Audi said its head of technical development Stefan Knirsch resigned from the company’s board effective immediately after being challenged on past statements about his knowledge of cheating software.
The record industry sued one of the most popular sites for converting YouTube music videos into permanent audio files, a fast-growing form of music piracy known as stream ripping.
With the arrival of Google’s new Allo service, it’s worth looking beneath the hood to see how popular messaging services care for users’ private correspondence.
U.S. employers struggling to find enough qualified industrial workers are turning to Germany for a solution to plug the U.S. skills gap: vocational training.
Federica Marchionni was forced out as chief executive of Lands’ End, capping a tumultuous 19 months on the job in which she tried to fashion broad changes at the catalog retailer that roiled employees and turned off shoppers.
Nike’s North American results should begin to accelerate again, as the sportswear maker pushes back against competitors.
Pfizer said it would remain a single company, deciding not to split into one business focused on patent-protected drugs and another on cash-rich older products.