Wal-Mart Stores believes mobile payments—such as Apple Pay—are the future for its shoppers who now primarily use cash and debit cards.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC Chairman Jorma Ollila is joining Chief Executive Ben van Beurden in backing efforts to limit carbon emissions ahead of international climate talks in Paris later this year.
Exxon Mobil Corp. plans to cut capital spending by 12% this year to $34 billion.
Emirates Airline President Tim Clark said the Dubai-based carrier could buy as many as 200 Airbus Group NV A380 superjumbos if an upgraded model is introduced by the European plane maker.
Germany has agreed to pay Airbus €623 million in loans from Germany for the new Airbus A350 widebody jet, a spokeswoman for the economics ministry said.
Z Capital Partners is preparing to put the owner of the Mrs. Fields cookie and TCBY frozen-yogurt brands on the auction block, according to people familiar with the matter.
Tiffany & Co. said Wednesday that a Dutch court has ruled in its favor and set aside an arbitration award the jeweler was ordered to pay in 2013 related to its failed partnership with Swiss watchmaker Swatch Group AG.
Many investors have switched to low-cost index funds, but some stick with actively managed funds, hoping to beat the market. Two experts debate both approaches.
Some say prenups prevent heartache and protect both parties. Others see the advantages accruing to the spouse with more money.
Are we at the start of a new era of monetary systems? Or should we all keep our hands on our wallets?