Kellogg's CEO John Bryant calls the peanut butter Pop-Tart an innovation, but is he right?
Microsoft won unconditional approval from the European Union to buy Nokia's mobile-phone business, a deal the U.S. software company hopes will propel it into the market for digital devices.
Intuitive Surgical warned customers last month that instruments used in its surgical robots can momentarily stall during procedures, the FDA said in a new notice.
Vodafone plans to invest $3 billion in India over the next two years to expand its networks and retail presence.
Commercial time for next year's Super Bowl XLVIII is sold out, according to Fox network. Marketers are paying up to $4 million for 30 seconds during the game.
General Motors Co. is severing its ownership ties with Ally Financial Inc. by selling its remaining stake in its former lending arm, according to people familiar with the matter.
China gave out licenses for speedier mobile services, clearing the way for China Mobile, the world's biggest carrier by subscribers, to offer the iPhone to its customers.
Yum Brands promised major new initiatives to improve its KFC brand in China, focused on menu changes and stepped-up marketing.
Shares of CF Industries Holdings Inc. surged Wednesday after the fertilizer maker indicated it may return more cash to shareholders.