Axel Springer, one of Europe's largest publishing groups, is acquiring German TV news channel N24 in its latest step to transform flagship newspaper Die Welt into a digital powerhouse.
Five years later, legal issues potentially affecting more than $7 billion in recoveries show the challenges in unwinding the biggest financial fraud in history.
Sysco agreed to buy rival US Foods for $3.5 billion, creating an even-bigger entity to provide food to restaurants and other food-service providers.
Manjoo: Online real-estate firm Redfin sounds like it would be catnip for technology investors but mostly got blank stares from Silicon Valley venture capitalists. The problem: Redfin relies on people, not code.
Tyson is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to build its own farms in China instead of buying chickens from independent farmers, aiming to capitalize on widespread concerns over food safety.
Deutsche Post-DHL launched a test flight for drone delivery, just about a week after e-commerce giant Amazon stirred a media frenzy by saying it would use drones to bring packages to customers.
Alitalia raised enough money so that Italy's post office will invest in the airline, increasing the likelihood that it will have sufficient capital to keep flying for at least a year.
Cerberus Capital is close to bringing on a minority investor for its Freedom Group gun business. Cerberus had planned to sell the operation, which made the rifle used in the Sandy Hook shooting.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. has entered into a new contract with Chief Executive Michael Jeffries.