Starz this week will make its first international foray with the launch of a subscription streaming video service in the Middle East called Starz Play Arabia.
Some fear a multibillion-dollar pension-funding shortfall could undermine the city’s already tenuous finances.
Canadian and European aviation authorities are looking to impose the most-stringent navigation and position-reporting standards ever on jetliners, including many flying long overwater routes.
Carsten Spohr faces questions about what the company knew, and when, about the medical condition of Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot whom prosecutors accuse of deliberately flying Germanwings Flight 9525 into a mountainside.
Sears moved to sell some of its top properties and then lease them back, a step that will let shareholders like CEO Edward Lampert buy valuable company assets to raise much needed cash.
Jack Welch says he’s still a fan of the traditional M.B.A. degree—to a point. But he wonders about the average program’s return on investment.
Ahead of the Tape: CarMax, AutoNation and other listed auto dealers are priced like cream puffs after Warren Buffett’s foray into the business.
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff’s bonus rose 67% from a year ago, to $2.82 million, during a year when the software company’s stock price fell 7%.
Jamba Juice-owner Jamba Inc. plans to sell about 40% of its company-owned stores to a franchisee group, the latest move to shed the costs of running restaurants in pursuit of higher profit margins.
A month before boxers Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao even enter the ring, their May 2 title fight is already breaking records, with the pay-per-view bout set to cost fans $99.