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.
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.
Hilton Worldwide has accelerated the timetable for its potential $2.7 billion IPO, according to people familiar with the matter.
The new American Airlines Group has laid groundwork with its unions that could ease the process of integrating the labor forces of predecessors American Airlines and US Airways.
American Airlines Group was born on Monday after American Airlines stepped out of bankruptcy protection to merge with US Airways and form the world's largest airline by traffic.
WhiteWave Foods agreed to buy Earthbound Farm for about $600 million in cash, merging two major organic food producers
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.
Five years after Madoff's Ponzi scheme was unveiled, many of those who invested with him have endured divorce and despair but some have also shown remarkable resilience and profess to have gained new perspectives on life.
Flooring retailer issued rosier 2013 targets a day before company was due to present at a conference in New York.