General Motors Co. said Anton "Tony" Valukas will lead its internal investigation into why the auto maker waited almost a decade to recall vehicles for faulty ignition switches that have been linked to 13 deaths.
Container-truck drivers serving Canada's largest port walked off the job, threatening to stall the movement of resources and consumer goods between Canada and Asia
Verizon Communications Inc. is back in the bond market, shopping debt to investors in what will likely be its largest U.S. sale since its mammoth $49 billion bond deal in September.
Fyffes and Chiquita said they have agreed to combine, creating the world's largest banana company in an all-stock deal valued at about $1.07 billion.
Chinese Internet giant Tencent is joining forces with JD.com in a new partnership aimed at heating up competition with Alibaba Group.
Sbarro LLC filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the pizza chain's second stint through Chapter 11 in less than three years.
Brazilian oil company Petróleo Brasileiro jumped into the global bond market, seeking to sell $3 billion in debt, as it strives to meet its enormous investment plan.
The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 will add to the growing financial problems at the country's state-run airline, which is already mired in steep losses.
AMCOL International Corp. agreed to sell itself to Minerals Technologies Inc. for about $1.7 billion in cash after rival Imerys dropped out of the bidding war.
A Boeing 787 Dreamliner operated by Japan Airlines made an emergency landing in Honolulu on Saturday after an engine malfunction.