China levied $202 million in fines against 12 Japanese auto-part makers for alleged price manipulation in the latest effort to wield its power against multinational companies.
AT&T is bringing its GigaPower Internet service to Apple's hometown and a few miles from Google's doorstep in a race to wire the nation with ultrafast fiber optic cables.
Swedish auto maker Volvo Car Corp. said Wednesday it swung to a net profit during the first half of the year as car sales increased 9.5% on strong demand in China, Sweden and Western Europe.
BHP said it would split off nickel, aluminum and other properties into a new company that could be valued at up to $12 billion, in what would be one of the biggest asset sales in mining history.
South Korea's LG Chem has secured a deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars to supply electric vehicle batteries to Audi.
Snapchat, the mobile app for disappearing messages, could soon be a service for disappearing videos, news articles and advertisements.
Rockwell Collins Inc. and other cockpit-equipment makers are developing technologies that could enable low-visibility landings now prohibited at scores of mid-size and smaller fields in the U.S.
The U.S. Department of Justice has closed a probe into AstraZeneca's heart drug Brilinta, removing a major cloud over the U.K. drug maker's outlook.
The National Football League doesn't usually pay the act that performs at halftime during the Super Bowl. But in a twist this year, the league has asked artists under consideration for the gig to pay to play.
The parent of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods bucked weak retail industry trends on Tuesday when it reported increased traffic and higher sales and profit.