RadioShack said the company-saving offer from Standard General is the best to emerge from an auction that tested the value of the distressed retailer.
Fanuc, which helps make iPhones and Teslas, is opening its doors after long eschewing investor contacts.
GameStop reported a larger-than-expected revenue drop in the key holiday quarter and provided disappointing guidance as the retailer continues to adjust to shifts in the videogame industry.
Oil-services giant Schlumberger has agreed to pay $232.7 million for violating U.S. sanctions in Iran and Sudan, ending a six-year Justice Department investigation.
Toyota broke a two-year silence on a revamped manufacturing process—built on sharing components among vehicles—that it says will produce half its vehicles by 2020 and slash costs.
The Mexican government on Thursday began the process of selling nine sugar mills that were expropriated more than a decade ago.
A key ingredient in 3G Capital Partners recipe for reshaping the U.S. food industry is an arcane-sounding financial tool that slashes costs by focusing on minute details.
Restoration Hardware issued disappointing guidance for the current quarter, citing in part the disruption caused by the West Coast port congestion.
Companies involved in cases concerning breaches of EU competition law are so frustrated at the slow pace of the courts that some of them have decided to sue.
Turkcell held its first shareholder meeting since 2011, with an threat of regulatory takeover forcing major stakeholders to cooperate even as they continue to fight to control Turkey’s biggest mobile-phone operator.