Nokia will propose setting aside cash in return for the release of its Indian assets as a temporary solution to a tax dispute so that it can close the sale of its handset business to Microsoft.
European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co., fresh from streamlining its Airbus unit and its own complex corporate structure, is moving down its to-do list and trimming its defense operations to fit shrunken growth prospects.
Former Stryker CEO Stephen P. MacMillan takes over the reins of a troubled medical diagnostics firm that analysts say has underperformed.
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.
Bechtel to build liquefied natural gas trains, storage tanks and berths for Cheniere's Corpus Christi, Texas, liquefaction project.
Health concerns are eating into sales of diet soda. As a category, diet soda has contracted more than regular soda for three straight years, and store sales dropped 6.8% in the latest 52 weeks.
The agency requested that the broadcast group change plans to use a rule-sidestepping move as part of its deal for Allbritton's TV stations.
J.P. Morgan's alleged failure to file a key document is emerging as a critical component of an investigation into whether the bank provided adequate warnings about Bernard Madoff.
American Airlines steps out of bankruptcy and merges with US Airways Group.
Medical device maker said sales of its flagship Sapien heart valves would fall somewhere between $700 million and $820 million next year, hurt by new competitive threats.