The NYSE's new owners have launched a bruising, top-to-bottom renovation that includes shrinking the company and reshaping its culture.
European Union antitrust officials have sent a detailed questionnaire to competitors and customers of Facebook and messaging service WhatsApp as they probe the proposed $19 billion deal.
A tax consultant is buying the rights to use the name of the accounting firm brought down by the Enron scandal.
Back to Work: Despite an improving U.S. economy, the retail industry—tied more closely to consumer spending than any other—is struggling.
Hog prices are rebounding from six-month lows, as investors anticipate demand for pork chops and bacon will pick up soon.
Compuware Corp. is nearing a deal to sell itself, according to people familiar with the matter. The Detroit-based software developer is in advanced talks with a private-equity buyer, one of the people said.
As Portuguese lender Banco Espírito Santo neared collapse this summer, it found a Wall Street ally to help it raise badly needed funds: Goldman Sachs Group.
More than a decade after a disastrous foray abroad, Japan's biggest telecom group, NTT, is trying to grow overseas again.
China has given Microsoft 20 days to provide a written explanation of what was described as problems with compatibility and bundling, adding pressure on the company amid an antitrust investigation.