Dish will bid for spectrum in an auction scheduled for next month and won't face competition from the nation's top cellphone carriers, according to an FCC list.
Brazil's state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA said its board has refused a request for automatic fuel-price adjustments, a further blow to company efforts to stop effectively subsidizing fuel purchases by consumers.
Kering is in exclusive talks to sell its struggling mail-order retailer, La Redoute, to a team of executives, as part of a strategy to focus on brands including Gucci, YSL and Puma.
Vodafone plans to invest $3 billion in India over the next two years to expand its networks and retail presence.
Kellogg's CEO John Bryant calls the peanut butter Pop-Tart an innovation, but is he right?
Microsoft won unconditional approval from the European Union to buy Nokia's mobile-phone business, a deal the U.S. software company hopes will propel it into the market for digital devices.
Apparel chains have heavy inventory loads, raising concern their weak Thanksgiving showing will force bigger markdowns that could hurt fourth-quarter profits.