Former tabloid editor Andy Coulson testified that he had no role in editing a story about a missing girl that became the epicenter of the U.K. phone-hacking scandal.
Despite challenges, a big surge in profits and revenue has put the Chinese e-commerce giant on track for a $15 billion stock sale, just shy of what Facebook sold when the social-networking firm went public in 2012.
More than 100 patients have experienced partial or permanent paralysis in recent years after having spinal-cord stimulators inserted in their backs, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis.
Ford is working on a major overhaul of its My Ford Touch in-car infotainment system that could be introduced in new vehicles as soon as late this year, a person familiar with the matter said.
China Southern Airlines said it will likely report a first-quarter net loss, the first sign that the recent weakening of China's currency is affecting a major industry.
IKEA is making its first wind-energy investment in the U.S.: It's buying a 98-megawatt wind farm in Hoopeston, Ill., about 110 miles south of Chicago.
Spanish telecom giant Telefonica SA is teaming up with an arm of private-equity powerhouse Blackstone Group LP in a mobile-advertising venture.
Amazon.com, Microsoft and Google are battling over the future of corporate computing, and companies that use their services are reaping the benefits.
Fish sticks just aren't cutting it anymore. The frozen-fish industry has faced a problem of making the easy dinner staple more appealing, especially to children at home and in school.
Under pressure from unhappy clients and losing market share to rivals, Goldman Sachs is trying to jump-start its stock-trading business.