Luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo plans to list shares on the London Stock Exchange in October.
Facebook next week will unveil a new advertising platform designed to improve how marketers target and measure the advertisements they buy across the Web.
Philips said it would split into two new companies and prepare its lighting business for a stand-alone future, marking a new phase in the overhaul of the Dutch conglomerate.
One year into leading U.S. Steel, Mario Longhi says "everything is on the table" as he tries to bring the company back from five years of losses.
Apple Inc. said it sold more than 10 million of its latest iPhones in its first weekend of availability amid significant supply shortages and demand for scalped iPhones in Asia.
The FDA has authorized Canada's Tekmira Pharmaceuticals to provide an experimental drug to people with confirmed or suspected Ebola virus infections.
The Obama administration on Monday issued new rules to combat so-called tax inversions, intended to make the deals harder to accomplish and less profitable.
The Securities and Exchange Commission said it expects to pay more than $30 million in an award under its whistleblower program, more than double the agency's previous high for a payout under the plan.
The Pentagon is proposing significant changes to how it develops and buys new weapons, but some in the industry say the biggest hurdle to success could lie in the agency's own staff.
Manufacturers say congested or poorly maintained highways are undermining productivity and driving up their costs, and are urging Congress to discuss options for increasing spending infrastructure.