Movie moguls Harvey and Bob Weinstein, and their former company Miramax, sued Time Warner's Warner Bros. for a share of the proceeds from two coming 'Hobbit' films.
Social-media company Facebook, which has been public for less than two years, will join the S&P 500 index after the close of trading on Dec. 20.
Ice takes post as Rose, who some analysts consider a possible successor to Buffett, moves to new executive chairman role
Deal for 61 Boeing 737 Max Jets valued at $6.5 billion before discounts
In its effort to bulk up its national news, the chain places inserts its flagship paper into many of its local newspapers.
Home Depot plans to spend at least $300 million on supply chain, technology and online improvements, including new fulfillment centers.
Inditex, the Spanish parent of the Zara retail chain, said profit in the nine months ended Oct. 31 rose 1%.
'New' GM isn't liable for a $450 million retiree payment promised by the 'old' GM, a judge rules
A Swedish court decision has stopped Germany's Rheinmetall from signing a contract for trucks worth billions of Swedish kronor with Swedish and Norwegian military procurement agencies.
The European Commission was right to approve Microsoft's $8.5 billion takeover of Skype in 2011, as it doesn't hinder competition in the European Union, the bloc's second-highest court said.