Chobani is exploring options to raise capital that it expects could value the maker of Greek yogurt at $5 billion, according to a person close to the company.
Some property owners in Pennsylvania, a state caught up in a natural-gas drilling boom, are accusing Chesapeake Energy of shortchanging them on royalty payments for pumping oil and gas from their land.
Rather than distribute a big settlement with the New Zealand government among its people, the Ngāi Tahu invested the money in everything from real estate and stocks to tourist attractions.
The head of Emirates Airline said establishing a U.S. Customs post at its Dubai hub could create a logistical nightmare.
European telecoms are pushing a wave of deals, raising pressure on regulators in an effort to consolidate a fragmented industry.
Disney Media Networks co-Chairman Anne Sweeney will step down at the end of the year, opening up one of the most powerful jobs in the television business.
Tesla Motors will end all electric car sales in New Jersey starting April 1, after failing to head off a proposal making it illegal for it to sell vehicles to consumers without a dealer.
Standard & Poor's announced changes to its plan to handle Google Inc.'s stock split, saying it will keep two classes of stock in its indexes.
The world's largest McDonald's franchisee is hoping the country will benefit from the World Cup soccer tournament this summer.
Dish Network Corp. was interested in LightSquared far earlier than Chairman Charlie Ergen previously said, lawyers for LightSquared said, citing newly unveiled documents.