With its console game business facing growing challenges, Nintendo said it was adding a new business line, health care, starting with a service next year that tracks users’ sleeping patterns.
Brazilian mining giant Vale surprised investors by coughing up a net loss in the third quarter due a sharp depreciation in the local currency and the lowest iron-ore prices since 2010.
World Wrestling Entertainment is removing a six-month commitment requirement from its WWE Network video service, a move it hopes will boost subscriptions.
Several former executives of Ting Hsin International and its suppliers were indicted in Taiwan, for allegedly selling cooking oil tainted with animal feed.
Goldcorp Inc. posted a loss in the third quarter, with results dragged lower by a reduction in the value of low-grade gold stockpiles at a Mexican mine.
Computer spies targeted control systems made by General Electric and Siemens for water and energy companies since at least 2011, the Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday.
Lufthansa scaled back its earnings targets for next year and said it was drawing up contingency plans should economic conditions further deteriorate.
MGM Resorts International posted weaker-than-expected bottom-line results for the third quarter, hurt by lower revenue at its China operations.
Royal Dutch Shell reported a rise in third-quarter earnings, with increases in both upstream and downstream, despite falling oil prices.
Thomson Reuters said its third-quarter profit fell 12% as currency fluctuations and an income tax expense masked a slight uptick in revenue.