The majority owner of Manhattan's storied Plaza Hotel is quietly entertaining offers for the property, as the Indian company that controls the hotel tries to dig itself out of a financial hole.
Greek yogurt maker Chobani said to be seeking a valuation of $5 billion as it explores options to raise capital, including a possible IPO.
The battle over Africa's skies ramped up a notch as Kenyan low-cost carrier Fly-SAX said it was awaiting regulatory approval to launch a new airline based in Tanzania, a move that would put the airline head-to-head with fastjet.
The head of Emirates Airline said establishing a U.S. Customs post at its Dubai hub could create a logistical nightmare
European telecom executives are pushing forward with a round of deal making.
Tod's said Tuesday its net profit for 2013 decreased 8% as sales didn't make up for the rising cost affecting profitability.
DirecTV Chief Executive Mike White on Tuesday reiterated his concerns about Comcast's proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable.
Salvatore Ferragamo said its net profit for 2013 increased 28%, boosted by increasing revenue in most markets.
Alcatel-Lucent's global sales chief, Robert Vrij, has left the company to become Hewlett-Packard Co.'s new head of enterprise sales for the Americas region.
Edison Mission Energy won court approval of a plan to exit Chapter 11 protection via its $2.6 billion sale to NRG Energy Inc.