Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse are underwriting the initial public offering for China's Twitter-like social media service.
College accreditors have halted a deal between the Thunderbird School of Global Management, one of the top-ranked business schools, and for-profit college Laureate Education.
Plans for mobile devices running operating systems from both Microsoft and Google have apparently hit a wall, falling victim to opposition from the software suppliers.
GoDaddy Group, the Internet company that helps individuals and businesses create websites, is preparing for an initial public share offering.
Tencent Holdings, China's largest Internet company, sparked charges of censorship when it deleted at least 30 popular news accounts on its WeChat mobile messaging app, affecting thousands of users.
The dramatic increase in oil supply from the U.S. and Canada—coupled with a surprise surge in Iraqi output—helped stave off demand from a cold U.S. winter and nervousness about tension between Russia and Ukraine.
Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson saw her compensation more than double last year to $25.2 million as she completed her first 12 months in charge.
India's Essar Global Fund Limited has failed to improve its offer to buy out minority shareholders in U.K.-listed refining and power company Essar Energy PLC.
India's top court dismissed an appeal by Nokia over a tax dispute that has cast a shadow over its $7.5 billion deal to sell its handset business to Microsoft.