Microsoft's hopes of keeping pace with Sony's PlayStation 4 may turn on the success of its Xbox One game 'Titanfall.'
Auto makers are taking a fresh crack at solving the problem of how to make money on the tiny cars that European regulators, and many consumers, want them to sell.
The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will add to the growing financial problems at the country's state-run airline, which is already mired in steep losses.
Chinese Internet giant Tencent is joining forces with JD.com in a new partnership aimed at heating up competition with Alibaba Group.
Fruit companies Fyffes PLC and Chiquita Brands International Inc. said Monday they have agreed to combine in an all-stock transaction valued at about $1.07 billion.
China's auto sales were up 10.7% in the first two months of the year, on the back of strong demand in the world's largest car market.
Chinese auto maker Geely Automobile Holdings said it would consider reducing the number of cars it exports to Ukraine for assembly should the political situation there deteriorate.
Like baseball scouts trying to pick tomorrow's stars, drug-company scientists like J&J's have become drug hunters who search outside their labs for new medicines for their lineups.
Hochtief of Germany is offering to buy additional shares of Australian construction company Leighton Holdings at a 6.9% premium, aiming to raise its stake to about 74% from about 59%.
Western officials are scrambling to loosen Russia's energy stranglehold on Ukraine, the latest sign of growing pressure on Moscow to end the crisis.