A major index provider is considering dropping Russia from its emerging-market index if Moscow introduces restrictions on capital flows out of the country.
The U.K.’s air traffic agency is likely to escape being fined for Friday’s systems failure that led to flight cancellations and delays across much of the country.
A Delaware corporate law judge granted fast-track status to a lawsuit seeking a receiver for the operating unit of Caesars Entertainment over the protests of the company.
The failure of Sears Holdings’ Mygofer strategy—where customers ordered from computers and picked up goods out back—shows the retailer’s struggle to reinvent its stores.
Stockbridge Capital Partners said Sam Nazarian no longer would be involved in the management of the new SLS Las Vegas hotel and casino that Stockbridge controls.
Joy Global more than doubled its earnings in the fourth quarter, but the struggling mining-equipment maker warned that 2015 would be another challenging year.
French President François Hollande has to deliver on promises to make the country a more attractive place to do business, or face losing out in the race to lure foreign investment, say the heads of multinational firms in France.
Petrobras chief Maria das Graças Silva Foster is under pressure as a corruption scandal swirls around the state-run oil company.
European Union authorities will widen a high-profile investigation into alleged sweetheart tax deals for multinational companies, in the bloc’s latest move to clamp down on aggressive tax avoidance.
Workers at six of the seven German sites of Amazon.com Inc. that are currently on strike over wages will extend the walkouts, German labor union Verdi said.