Uber’s application to be recognized as a radio-dispatched taxi company in Delhi has been rejected in the latest roadblock for the car-hailing company.
Qatar’s sovereign-wealth fund and Canadian investors Brookfield Property Partners are set to gain control of London’s Canary Wharf business district in a deal worth $3.94 billion.
Boeing posted stronger-than-expected results for the fourth quarter, but gave a weak profit outlook for 2015 amid concerns that tumbling oil prices may hamper demand for its fuel-efficient planes.
Lance Crosby, an executive at International Business Machines Corp.’s cloud-computing unit, has left the company amid the computing giant’s push to become a top player in the fast-growing area.
A government program to rid itself of TARP investments in small banks has proved a boon to hedge funds, private-equity and other private investors, according to a new watchdog report.
A trio of recent incidents is fueling new scrutiny of U.S. airport security procedures that allow nearly a million workers nationwide access to airport facilities without routine screening.
What if activist shareholders pressed companies not to cut costs, but to invest more, with an eye on long-term progress instead of short-term gains? Now that would be different, writes Dennis Berman.
AT&T Inc. added 854,000 of the wireless industry’s core customers in the last three months of the year, as profits and customer retention showed signs of strain from the heightened competition.
Swedish clothing retailer Hennes & Mauritz reported a stronger-than-expected rise in net profit for the fourth quarter, and said that it plans to open 400 new stores in 2015.