Nestlé is getting a big lift from customized Web orders for its still and sparkling water brands Poland Springs, Perrier and Pure Life.
Sweden emerged victorious in the 60th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, narrowly beating Russia, which was booed by the audience at the Wiener Stadthalle arena in Vienna.
Federal prosecutors are closing in on criminal charges against General Motors over a faulty ignition switch linked to more than 100 deaths, but they are still weighing whether to charge individual employees.
The Senate passed major trade legislation that would pave the way for President Barack Obama’s signature Pacific trade deal, sending the bill toward an uncertain fate in the House.
The collapse of a Chinese solar company’s shares this week was caused by a sudden wave of rapid-fire sell orders that sank the price in less than a second.
Nelson Peltz’s failure to win a board seat at DuPont might have had something to do with the incentives of passive investors.
High and divergent unemployment rates in Europe pose a serious threat to the region’s long-term economic health, central bankers and economists warned during a weekend conference.
Greece said it won’t have the money it is due to repay to the IMF next month unless it strikes a deal with international creditors over further rescue funding.
The future of the most expensive fossil-fuel power plant built in the U.S. is facing new pressures after a Mississippi utility backed out of its commitment to help pay for the clean-coal project.
French state-controlled power utility EDF made a preliminary offer for the reactor unit of nuclear-engineering firm Areva of €2 billion ($2.2 billion).