Sysco agreed to buy rival US Foods for $3.5 billion, creating an even bigger entity to provide food to restaurants and other food-service providers.
Fifth & Pacific to sell its Lucky Brand denim business to an affiliate of Leonard Green & Partners, inking a second deal with the private-equity firm.
Arts-and-craft retailer's fiscal third-quarter profit rose as sales, the number of transactions and the average ticket increased.
Five years after Madoff's Ponzi scheme was unveiled, many of those who invested with him have endured divorce and despair but some have also shown remarkable resilience and profess to have gained new perspectives on life.
AutoZone's fiscal first-quarter earnings rose 7.2% on continued sales growth and slightly stronger margins.
European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co. could cut fewer jobs than it has warned if labor unions agree to cost reductions, some of the company's top executives said.
GM and union officials warned Australia's conservative government that the country's fading car-making industry needs government support to survive against foreign competition.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. has entered into a new contract with Chief Executive Michael Jeffries.
Faced with the lowest corn prices in more than three years, many U.S. farmers are stashing away their grain in a bet on a rebound.
Hilton Worldwide has accelerated the timetable for its potential $2.7 billion IPO, according to people familiar with the matter.