Workers struck at an IBM plant in China as the company prepares to transfer the computer-server factory to Lenovo.
Boeing said Thursday that it would freeze the pension benefits of more than 68,000 nonunion employees and will shift those workers to 401(k) retirement-savings plans, starting in 2016.
African countries are having a devil of a year, due in large part to a slump in their currencies. The situation has led some pastors to sermonize for their currencies to rise again.
Staples plans to close up to 12% of its North American stores, after a weak holiday quarter raised questions about its retail footprint.
Severe winter weather continued to pressure retail sales in February, but improved traffic later in the month suggests sales may pick up once the spring thaw begins.
The sales mark the first time any Carlyle employees have reduced stakes in the firm since it went public in May 2012.
The energy industry loves to think big and tackle risky projects, but the number of those projects now underway is leading to soaring costs for people, materials and services.
Despite fears that stricter new regulations would curtail lending, wealthy borrowers haven't taken much of a hit
Kroger said its fiscal fourth-quarter adjusted income rose 9.7%
as sales grew at the supermarket chain's stores despite bad weather.
Walt Disney Co.'s long-troubled interactive unit is laying off 700 workers, or about one-quarter of its staff, as it continues to consolidate its online and videogame businesses.