New York Times Co. said its third-quarter loss narrowed as the newspaper publisher continued to contend with stagnant print advertising revenue and rising operating costs.
KelloggCo. said its sales fell 2.1% in the latest quarter on declines at the cereal maker’s morning foods and snack businesses.
Wal-Mart is testing a program to match online prices from rivals like Amazon.com this holiday season, a move that could make the discounter more competitive but cut into profits.
Samsung Electronics’ quarterly net profit nearly halved, as its mobile business continued to lose ground to low-cost Chinese smartphone makers—a rivalry that is expected to intensify.
World Wrestling Entertainment is removing a six-month commitment requirement from its WWE Network video service, a move it hopes will boost subscriptions.
Bombardier said on Thursday its overall third-quarter profit fell, hurt by one-time items, but results were better than analysts had expected and revenue improved.
Avon ProductsInc. swung to a profit in the third quarter, with revenue increasing 1% in constant dollars.
MasterCard Inc. said its profit jumped 15% in the most recent period as the credit-card company posted higher revenue and payment volumes.
TransCanada Corp. filed a formal application with Canada’s main energy regulator for a C$12 billion pipeline that would ship landlocked western Canadian crude to refineries on the country’s east coast.
Several former executives of Ting Hsin International and its suppliers were indicted in Taiwan, for allegedly selling cooking oil tainted with animal feed.