Chrysler said its U.S. auto sales rose 20% in July, as its Jeep brand turned in another month of strong growth.
Weyerhaeuser said second-quarter earnings rose 43% on strong growth in wood-products sales and one-time gains.
Vishal Sikka, the incoming chief executive of Infosys, is inheriting a business struggling to transform itself into a global software and consulting brand.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture unveiled on Thursday the first major overhaul of the nation's poultry-inspection system in more than fifty years.
Sony sharply cut its forecast for smartphone sales, dealing a blow to the Japanese electronics maker's hopes for recovery.
Many of the Wall Street money managers who made billions by anticipating the U.S. housing bubble see more trouble on the horizon.
Electric car maker Tesla Motors said its second-quarter loss doubled to $62 million on higher spending for overhead and R&D.
Alibaba Group Holding is backing another California startup, announcing a $120 million investment in gaming company Kabam Inc. and a partnership to publish and distribute its free-to-play mobile games.
The breakfast blues keep getting worse for the nation's biggest cereal maker, as Kellogg Co. said its earnings fell 16% in the latest quarter and reduced its outlook for the year.
U.S. companies have never had so much debt and so much cash. But there is a reason for that—low interest rates and U.S. tax policy.