McDonald’s said its U.S. restaurants will stop selling chicken raised with antibiotics that are important to human health, one of the biggest moves yet by a major food company to address concerns over antibiotic-resistant “superbugs.”
The relationship between Google and Wal-Mart has frayed over the data used to lure shoppers into stores.
Exxon Mobil Corp. plans to cut capital spending by 12% this year to $34 billion.
European Union governments pledged to take a flexible approach to the concept of net neutrality and leave mobile-phone roaming charges in place until at least 2018.
Alibaba said it is opening a data center in Silicon Valley, the Chinese e-commerce company’s first in the U.S., as it expands its cloud-computing business outside China.
China rebuffed criticism of a proposed counterterrorism law by President Barack Obama, saying the U.S. and others also want technology companies to provide access to their systems.
Activist investor Starboard Value is continuing to push for board changes at Staples, even after the office supply chain agreed to merge with rival Office Depot last month
Three insurance companies and an auto parts maker warned in their most recent annual reports that driverless cars and the technology behind them could one day disrupt the way they do business.
Vanguard Group and BlackRock, giant fund managers once known for quiet relationships with the companies in which they invest, say they are getting more assertive.