Gyms and fitness programs are catering to gamers and comic-lovers, using storylines from "Star Trek" in yoga class and teaching the art of swordplay.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said Monday that Kevin Systrom, the 30-year-old chief executive of photo-sharing social networking service Instagram, has joined its board.
American Apparel moved to shore up its senior management by appointing a new interim chief executive and replacing its chief financial officer.
Santander has appointed Nathan Bostock as chief executive of its U.K. arm, replacing Ana Botin, who was recently promoted to executive chairman of the entire Spanish banking group.
Toyota Motor Co. will recall 690,000 pickup trucks while the NHTSA has begun a formal review into a complaint charging that 4.9 million SUVs, trucks and vans produced by Fiat Chrysler are susceptible to engine stalling and air bag failures.
South Africa is grappling with rising defaults on a mounting pile of unsecured personal loans, high-interest-rate debt not backed by collateral like a house or car.
Hong Kong banks shut branches, suspended some services and activated contingency plans as pro-democracy protests gripped several parts of the city.
Indexing should effectively cut taxes for most households.
Current data suggest a net 25% increase in number of carriers offering plans.