Big utility Entergy's plan to spin off its electricity-transmission business hit a wall on Tuesday when regulators in Mississippi scuttled the transfer of assets in their state.
H&R Block's fiscal second-quarter loss narrowed, as the tax-services provider recorded a higher income tax benefit, though revenue slid and overall expenses climbed.
China's state-owned Chinalco Mining begins operations at its Toromocho open-pit copper project in Peru
Scrawny cattle and high produce costs are making it difficult for Hardees, Burger King and Johnny Rockets to introduce the hamburger to Africa.
Canadian private-equity firm beat out German rental car company at the auction, agreeing to forgive up to $46 million in debt.
Jon Brod is expected to exit from the company early next year to join a startup, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Teva provides two outlooks for 2014, one assuming multiple-sclerosis treatment Copaxone will face competition from the introduction of at least two generic rivals, and one that assumes no generic competition.
Ford, VW and Hyundai are poised to end the year with significant market-share gains in China.
Tyson is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to build its own farms in China instead of buying chickens from independent farmers, aiming to capitalize on widespread concerns over food safety.