Indian tax officials say Nokia's tax liabilities could be as much as $3.4 billion, higher than the current bill of $340 million that the government claims the company owes.
After three years of seizing market share from Chinese rivals, foreign auto makers are starting to take it from each other.
General Motors named Mary Barra as its first female CEO, replacing Dan Akerson, who will retire next year.
Boeing is running a pricey corporate beauty contest, as states try to outdo a record incentive package from Washington state to lure work that would build one of the company's coming jetliners.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. named David Cheesewright the new CEO of Walmart International. He succeeds Douglas McMillon, who is becoming the retailer's top executive.
The U.S. government sold its last shares in auto maker General Motors, the Treasury Department said, closing the books five years after one of the nation's most politically contentious bailouts.
Pharmacy-benefit manager Express Scripts Holding entered an accelerated share repurchase plan with Bank of America to buy back about $1.5 billion of its shares.
Chip maker raises fourth-quarter revenue outlook on better-than-expected results in all segments, particularly in infrastructure and networking.
Duke has submitted to U.S. regulators plans to decommission its Crystal River nuclear plant in Florida, expected to commence next year at estimated cost of $1.18 billion.
Publishing company John Wiley & Sonsfiscal second-quarter profit slid 16% as results were hurt by restructuring costs, though higher digital book sales boosted revenue.