Airlines are dropping premium fares to entice shoppers to buy more first-class tickets.
Google this week will make a renewed push for developers to work with Android for wearable devices, Internet-connected TVs, cars and virtual reality at its I/O conference.
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Express Scripts is seeking deals with pharmaceutical companies that would set pricing for some cancer drugs based on how well they work.
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SEC is seeking information about a Chinese anticorruption official in connection with their probe of J.P. Morgan’s hiring of relatives of Chinese government officials.
Michael Kors posted its first sales decline as a public company, helping send the accessories brand’s stock down 21% in morning trading, even as its profit grew during the most recent quarter.
The auction of General Electric Co.’s business that lends money for private-equity buyouts is nearing a climax, with several bidders expected to submit final-round offers Thursday.
A group of diamond miners is banding together to market their product and counter threats such as the expansion of synthetic stones.
Ahold’s profitability is falling despite increasing sales. The price of defending its market share against discounters is unlikely to get much cheaper in the tie-up with Delhaize.