Telefónica has been rejiggering parts of its empire by retreating from markets where it lacked scale, and expanding in Latin America.
Shares of Indian tobacco companies rebounded Wednesday after news that the country is planning to ban the sales of single cigarettes to discourage smoking in the South Asian nation triggered a tumble.
Alibaba Group Holding, China’s largest e-commerce company, is looking to invest more in India as it aims to expand its services beyond its home country.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to review the first-ever national environmental standards requiring power plants to reduce emissions of mercury and other toxic air pollutants.
Volkswagen is taking market share from other foreign auto makers in China’s relatively wealthy southern region.
EE said it is in exploratory talks with BT Group, in a move that could lead to the combination of the U.K.’s biggest fixed-line operator and largest mobile operator.
Time Warner’s HBO signed a deal with Tencent Holdings to distribute its TV dramas and movies through the Chinese Internet giant’s online video site.
Shareholders have become more assertive in challenging CEOs since the financial crisis. How chief executives respond has become a new measure of their mettle.
Samsung Group will sell controlling stakes in chemical and defense units for $1.7 billion as South Korea’s largest conglomerate continues restructuring moves ahead of an expected leadership succession.
Should Kickstarter and Indiegogo take a more active role in checking out projects on their sites before allowing the public to contribute money that may never be returned?