Telecom company Iliad has thrived on its pledge to cut French household's mobile phone bills in half. Founder Xavier Niel, now pursuing T-Mobile US, sees the same opportunity across the Atlantic.
GoPro's stock slumped despite a good set of quarterly results—and it still looks vulnerable.
Burger chain Habit Restaurants LLC is working with banks for a possible initial public offering in the next several months, people familiar with the discussions said.
Harley-Davidson said it is recalling 4,520 motorcycles globally because of an ignition switch problem that could cause the bike to shut down while riding.
China's anticorruption campaign is damping revenue at Macau's casinos, as well as spending at Hong Kong's luxury malls, as conspicuous consumption loses its cachet.
H-P has agreed to pay $32.5 million to resolve allegations that the computer giant overcharged the U.S. Postal Service for certain products, the Justice Department said Friday.
Tax Report: Shareholders in U.S. companies involved in inversion deals are likely to owe capital-gains tax.
U.S. stocks pulled back as global credit-market woes put investors on the defensive, despite a jobs report that investors said was bullish for equities.
U.S. auto demand roared ahead in July thanks to healthy summer sales incentives, with top auto makers posting near double-digit increases over last year on top of already-high sales levels in the U.S.