When opening arguments kick off Tuesday in a criminal trial over the collapse of law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf, emails will play a starring role.
Australia’s decision to reject an inquiry into the iron-ore market has stirred up a bitter debate over the industry’s relentless output expansion, despite sinking prices.
Sirius Resources, which is building a vast nickel mine in Australia, agreed to a cash-and-shares takeover by rival Independence Group.
Barrick Gold said it will sell an Australian gold operation to Evolution Mining for $550 million.
To attract customers in China, Audi is betting on connected cars that feature autonomous-driving technology designed to free up drivers to browse the Internet while in transit.
Japan slipped back into a trade deficit in April as crude-oil imports rose, but stronger-than-expected exports provided a bright spot for the economy.
Amazon.com has started booking revenue from retail sales in individual European countries, instead of funneling all sales through low-tax Luxembourg.
“Losing the Signal” tells the inside story of Research In Motion’s efforts to take on the iPhone. Read an excerpt.
Nestlé is getting a big lift from customized Web orders for its still and sparkling water brands Poland Springs, Perrier and Pure Life.
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman says he is optimistic about Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, and says negotiations are “in endgame.”