U.S. grains giant Archer Daniels Midland agreed to sell its chocolate business to Cargill for $440 million, a deal that will expand the private agribusiness's capabilities in North America and Europe.
Halliburton said it agreed to a $1.1 billion settlement covering a substantial majority of claims related to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico.
Duke Energy Corp. is returning to the pipeline business as the co-owner of a new $5 billion natural-gas line that will run from West Virginia to the southeast corner of North Carolina.
The mystery of how nude photos of celebrities leaked onto the Internet deepened when Apple said its online systems hadn't been breached.
Home Depot is working with banks and law-enforcement agencies to investigate a potential breach of customer credit- or debit-card data.
Personal Technology: Internet cameras can easily record everything that happens around the house, Geoffrey Fowler writes. But can a webcam really keep you safe?
A strategy rarely employed in legal education—price-cutting—appears to be paying off for a handful of law schools.
On Nov. 15, the health-law marketplaces will reopen for business, selling coverage to millions of Americans. Health insurers are hoping the process will be much smoother this time around.
As Greece attempts to climb out of its six-year recession, the real-estate market is looking to the poster boy of the country's privatization process: Athens's long-disused airport, Hellinikon.