Several senior executives at HTC have left the company in recent weeks, signaling a broader management shake-up at the struggling smartphone maker and putting a spotlight on CEO Peter Chou.
Sony said its board has started talks about how to address a proposal from activist investor Daniel Loeb to take part of the group's entertainment business public.
Clearwire said a special board committee approved Sprint Nextel's latest offer for the wireless broadband provider and recommended shareholders vote for the deal.
A lawsuit brought by auto dealers has put a chill on the potential sale of R.L. Polk & Co., owner of the used-car shopping tool Carfax, according to people familiar with the matter.
The chairman and CEO of Puerto Rico's Popular declared his candidacy to become president of the International Olympic Committee.
Target posted a 29% drop in quarterly earnings and lowered its outlook, citing weak sales in seasonal and weather-related categories.
Sales of insecticides are surging after years of decline, as U.S. corn planting expands and a genetic modification used to protect crops from pests has started losing its effectiveness.
J.P. Morgan shareholders rejected a proposal to split James Dimon's dual roles as chief executive and chairman, and re-elected all the members of the bank's board.
Big phone companies have started to sell the data they gather about subscribers' locations, travels and Web-browsing habits, providing a powerful tool for marketers but raising new privacy concerns.
Ford plans to increase its North American manufacturing capacity by 200,000 vehicles through a series of production-line expansions and a shortening of its summer shutdowns.