Fiat said too few shareholders tendered their stock to block a reorganization that will create Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, a new company with a tax residency in the U.K.
Tesco issued its third profit warning in as many years and said it would slash its interim dividend and reduce capital expenditure as the struggling grocery giant battles fierce competition.
As Alibaba courts investors for a highly anticipated IPO next month in the U.S., Wal-Mart is busy trying to win over online shoppers in the Chinese e-commerce company's backyard.
French luxury-goods company Hermès International warned that currency shifts will continue to drag on its full-year profit margin, even though it recorded a rise in first-half profit and sales.
Its CEO said the company remains committed to trying to buy Family Dollar, calling antitrust concerns "very manageable."
Dunkin' Donuts debuted its new dark-roast coffee, the first hot dark roast in its 64-year history, on Thursday at a Modesto, Calif., store, and plans to sell it nationwide starting Sept. 22.
A PG&E Silicon Valley substation was targeted a second time, despite efforts to beef up security after an armed attack last year.
Major seed companies don't plan to cut prices for the next growing season, despite sliding corn and soybean prices that are expected to dent U.S. farmers' incomes.