China placed the president of state-owned metals giant Aluminum Corp. of China under a graft probe, the latest in a string of high-level mining executives to be swept up in its anticorruption shake-up.
The American Medical Association is calling for a major overhaul of electronic-medical-records systems to make usability and high-quality patient care a higher priority.
TV networks have been banking on a surge in ad spending in coming weeks, following weaker-than-expected "upfront" advance ad sales for the new season. But the fall season is looking tepid.
With China's economy faring worse than thought, the country's long push toward financial reform is bumping up against another national goal: boosting growth.
Google unveiled a new line of low-cost smartphones in New Delhi, hoping to persuade more people in India and other emerging markets to upgrade their handsets.
Ahead of the Tape: Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen may or may not yield ground to hawkish colleagues. But it might not matter as much as we think.
Gilead Sciences said it will allow generic drug makers to make cheaper versions of Sovaldi, its $1,000-a-day hepatitis C pill, to sell in developing countries.
Alibaba Group, in the middle of marketing what could be the world's largest IPO, has raised the deal's price range to between $66 and $68 a share because of strong investor demand.
Lockheed Martin, the world's largest defense contractor by sales, has formed a technology-focused Israeli subsidiary as it seeks to win new defense contracts in the country, a company executive said.
Insight Equity Holdings owns about 30% of Emerge Energy Services, which started out supplying sand to golf courses but has done well mining the silica crystals for energy companies.