Russia's first entry in the crowded smartphone market is an engineering feat. But the YotaPhone, which has an LCD color screen on the front and an e-paper reader on the back, may be dismissed as nothing more than a gimmick.
Faced with the lowest corn prices in more than three years, many U.S. farmers are stashing away their grain in a bet on a rebound.
France, which has faced an uphill battle convincing investors and foreign entrepreneurs that it can be business-friendly, is striving to publicize its often little-appreciated startup culture.
WhiteWave Foods agreed to buy Earthbound Farm for about $600 million in cash, merging two major organic food producers
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.
Former Stryker CEO Stephen P. MacMillan takes over the reins of a troubled medical diagnostics firm that analysts say has underperformed.
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.
Sysco agreed to buy rival US Foods for $3.5 billion, creating an even bigger entity to provide food to restaurants and other food-service providers.
Hilton Worldwide has accelerated the timetable for its potential $2.7 billion IPO, according to people familiar with the matter.
EADS will cut 5,800 jobs at its Airbus Defence and Space unit, including administrative posts, as it trims its defense operations to adjust to the downturn in the sector.