The U.S. government is preparing to relinquish oversight of a key body that manages domain names and addresses for the Internet.
Black borrowers are getting a smaller percentage of small-business loans.
At Disney, attention has once again turned to the looming question of who will be the media giant's next CEO, putting likely candidates Jay Rasulo and Thomas Staggs in the spotlight.
Vivendi that it has entered exclusive talks with cable holding company Altice to sell the bulk of its cellphone arm SFR, opting for a safer bet to achieve its long-sought exit from telecoms.
Sergio Marchionne said the company hopes to list on the New York Stock Exchange by October, a move that will further solidify the tie-up of the two auto makers.
Sandwich chain Quiznos filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Friday, after reaching a deal to cut its debt by more than $400 million.
Dan Ariely answers reader questions on parental subsidies and divine projections.
College accreditors have halted a deal between the Thunderbird School of Global Management, one of the top-ranked business schools, and for-profit college Laureate Education.
Plans for mobile devices running operating systems from both Microsoft and Google have apparently hit a wall, falling victim to opposition from the software suppliers.
Tencent Holdings, China's largest Internet company, sparked charges of censorship when it deleted at least 30 popular news accounts on its WeChat mobile messaging app, affecting thousands of users.