Chinese car maker Great Wall Motor expects its first-half net profit to fall 3% from a year earlier due to a collapse in sedan sales and repeated delays of a flagship-model launch.
Air Products & Chemicals said its fiscal third-quarter profit rose 8.9% as the company recorded stronger revenue, boosted by higher volumes across all business segments.
Thermo Fisher Scientific second-quarter revenue jumped 33% as the laboratory-equipment maker's benefited from its recent acquisition of Life Technologies and saw revenue growth across segments.
Chinese police have detained five people as they investigate a U.S.-owned Chinese meat supplier alleged by Chinese authorities to have signed off on sales of expired meat to fast food chains.
Airbus has submitted a bid to the Danish government for its Eurofighter Typhoon combat jet as the country seeks to replace its fleet of aging Lockheed Martin F-16 jets.
Some of the highest-yielding bonds in emerging markets, debt denominated in local currencies, are rallying despite rising jitters over these fast-growing countries.
Electronic Arts reported solid profit growth in its first fiscal quarter, benefiting as consumers snapped up videogames for the latest generation of consoles.
Connecticut's highest court is set to weigh in on a case against UBS that could limit protections for whistleblowers in the state.
William Ackman had promised a "death blow" against Herbalife. Wall Street instead gave new life to the nutritional-supplement company's stock.
Wireless companies have been jockeying for new subscribers in a market where there are more active cellphone plans than there are people. Carriers have found the answer in tablets.