Hershey will introduce a milk-based candy in China and open up a Shanghai R&D center as part of its strategy to build a presence the world's fastest-growing candy market.
The Supreme Court ruled federal regulators can set deadlines for state and local authorities to act on applications for new cellphone towers.
More than 20 people were injured Monday when a rest shelter outside a Cambodian garment factory collapsed and fell into a pond, adding to recent worries about safety in the country's garment sector.
Buyout firm Vista Equity Partners agreed to pay about $1 billion to acquire Websense, a maker of software and services designed to help protect companies against cyberattacks and data theft.
Actavis agreed to acquire Warner Chilcott for about $5 billion in an all-stock deal aimed at enlarging Actavis's portfolio of specialty pharmaceutical brands and shrinking its tax burden.
Silver earned its moniker as the "Devil's metal" with a day of whipsaw trading that took prices to their lowest level since September 2010.
Dish Network Chairman Charlie Ergen bid $2 billion for certain spectrum from LightSquared, the wireless venture spearheaded by financier Philip Falcone that is navigating bankruptcy proceedings.
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EU authorities have widened their probe into potential energy-price manipulation in recent days, sending requests for pricing information to commodity-trading firms including Glencore Xstrata, Vitol Group and Gunvor Group.
A top General Motors executive said he doubts Japanese auto makers would use the weaker yen to launch a price war in the U.S. this summer even as they face softer revenue at home.