Russia can improve the climate for investing in the country but it will require a government reshuffle, former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said on Friday.
Dutch brewer Heineken is looking for a replacement for its long-serving chief financial officer, René Hooft Graafland, whose contract expires in April.
General Motors plans to build a new rear-wheel drive Cadillac at its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant, with production expected to begin late next year.
U.S. regulators warned ITT Educational Services that the struggling for-profit educator faces potential civil enforcement action, while the company's finances were placed under more scrutiny.
SAP has agreed to buy Concur Technologies, a make of expense-management software, in a deal with an enterprise value of about $8.3 billion.
British business leaders said they were relieved that Scotland voted to stay in the U.K., after weeks of warning that a vote for independence could result in huge obstacles for firms operating there.
GlaxoSmithKline said a Chinese court found its subsidiary in the country guilty of bribery, and fined the company close to $491.5 million, in what Chinese state media said was the largest ever corporate fine.
Home Depot said 56 million cards may have been compromised in a five-month attack on its payment terminals, making the breach much bigger than the holiday attack at Target.
Oracle said its longtime leader, Larry Ellison, will step aside as CEO but take over as chairman of the business-software giant. Mark Hurd and Safra Catz were named co-CEOs.
Alibaba's shares priced Thursday at $68, at the high end of expectations, in what is one of the world's largest initial public offerings ever.