Rather than distribute a big settlement with the New Zealand government among its people, the Ngāi Tahu invested the money in everything from real estate and stocks to tourist attractions.
Tesla Motors will end all electric car sales in New Jersey starting April 1, after failing to head off a proposal making it illegal for it to sell vehicles to consumers without a dealer.
Standard & Poor's announced changes to its plan to handle Google Inc.'s stock split, saying it will keep two classes of stock in its indexes.
The world's largest McDonald's franchisee is hoping the country will benefit from the World Cup soccer tournament this summer.
Dish Network Corp. was interested in LightSquared far earlier than Chairman Charlie Ergen previously said, lawyers for LightSquared said, citing newly unveiled documents.
Production company Prospect Park Networks, which tried to extend the run of soap operas "One Life to Live" and "All My Children" on the Web, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy as it continues to battle the ABC television network.
SoftBank announced Tuesday it has hired former publishing executive Bruce Gottlieb to lead a new Washington office.
You can get a lump sum if you delay benefits, but there are caveats.