LOT Polish Airlines said it narrowed its projected operating loss to $6.6 million for the year by cutting unprofitable routes and adding fuel-efficient Dreamliner jets to its fleet.
Royal Bank of Scotland's Finance Director Nathan Bostock is leaving the bank to join rival Santander U.K., the latest blow to beset the U.K. government-controlled lender.
Discovery Communications is considering a bid for Scripps, the owner of cable channels such as the Food Network and HGTV.
Inditex, the Spanish parent of the Zara retail chain, said profit in the nine months ended Oct. 31 rose 1%.
Investment-banking revenue in China this year has slumped to its lowest level since 2009, even as overseas takeovers and bond sales by companies there rose to record levels.
Etihad Airways is looking at Alitalia's books as it considers making an investment in the Italian airline, said a person familiar with the matter.
Proposed deal for at least 50 Boeing 737 Max Jets worth $5.2 billion before discounts.
President Obama is near nominating Former Bank of Israel chief Stanley Fischer to become the vice chairman of the Fed.
Leonard Riggio, Barnes & Noble's chairman and biggest shareholder, realized a loss of between $42 million and $52 million on company shares he sold Tuesday.