Lands' End has suffered under Sears Holdings, and the planned spinoff by the 50-year-old maker of preppy chinos and fleece jackets won't exactly set it free.
FDA approves new treatment for hepatitis C infections that promises to cure more patients in a fraction of the time required by current therapies
The ex-CEO and ex-CFO of the company, which is in bankruptcy, are seeking the funds to spend on legal costs tied to shareholder suits.
Apple Inc. paid about $60 million in legal fees in patent litigation lawsuit against Samsung Electronics Co., the company said in court documents.
Del Monte Corp. swung to a fiscal second-quarter loss as it booked a hefty loss from discontinued operations tied to the planned sale of its canned-food business.
American Eagle Outfitters Inc. offered a muted outlook for the current quarter, which includes the critical holiday season, as its fiscal third-quarter earnings sink 68%
Archer Daniels Midland remains on the lookout for deals overseas despite last week's failure of a key acquisition in Asia, the grain company's chief financial officer said.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Xiaflex for the treatment of Peyronie's disease, a move that expands the use of the biologic medicine.
OGX will now be called Óleo e Gás Participações, as Eike Batista's firm places hope in the offshore field to help company recover from bankruptcy protection.