The U.S. airline industry's newfound health is breeding something not seen in years: a flock of startups. All share an optimism that they can defy the odds in an industry that has seen 77 bankruptcies in the 20 years.
As smartphone screens grow larger and laptop computers grow thinner and lighter, sales of the iPad are declining and growth slowing for rival Android tablets.
Gilead Sciences's new hepatitis C treatment, Sovaldi, had $3.48 billion in second-quarter sales, more than expected, continuing its historic drug launch.
AT&T said its second-quarter profit fell 7.2% as wireless service revenue took a hit from a drop in prices tied to a shift in strategy.
Buyout firms are gobbling up collision-repair companies in an effort to consolidate a fragmented industry and find outsize profit in smaller deals.
A drop in participation rates and disinterest among young people, particularly millennials, have sent the retail and sporting ends of the business scrambling for a new strategy.
Facebook reported that profit more than doubled and revenue topped estimates for the ninth straight quarter. About 62% of Facebook's ad revenue now comes from advertising on mobile devices.
Deutsche Bank Chief Financial Officer Stefan Krause is under pressure after U.S. authorities cited serious concerns about the German lender's financial data.
The world's largest mining company said it planned to continue ramping up iron-ore production despite tumbling prices and a global glut in supplies of the steelmaking ingredient.
American Apparel chose a new board, bringing the company a step closer to determining the fate of Dov Charney, the company's founder.