A U.S. federal appeals court called on the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. to review its procedures in approving $3.4 billion in loan guarantees to Air India to buy as many as 30 long-range jets from Boeing.
Christie's London sold $100.4 million of Impressionist and modern art, including a $21.2 million Kandinsky, but the sale lacked the fever-pitch sizzle of similar sales in February and May.
The planned initial public offering by Votorantim Cimentos of up to $4.73 billion would have been the second-biggest IPO in the world this year.
Stocks pushed to the highest levels in nearly three weeks as investors await news on whether the Federal Reserve will pull back on its stimulus measures.
An escalating labor dispute between Amazon.com and its German workforce threatens to undermine the online retailer's reputation and business model in its largest foreign market.
Some investors are betting recent losses for emerging-market stocks, currencies and bonds will prove to be a temporary setback.
Airliner cockpit panels by decade's end could resemble giant iPads, as the current dizzying array of knobs and switches gives way to touch screens, suppliers at the Paris International Air Show say.
Federal regulators are investigating the death of two people who received an injection of an Eli Lilly antipsychotic drug.
Royalty Pharma withdrew its request for a judicial review of Irish takeover laws following its foiled bid worth up to $8 billion for biotechnology company Elan, formally ending its pursuit.
The growing popularity of electronic cigarettes has divided regulators and antismoking activists just as Europe gets ready to tighten its tobacco laws.