Smith & Wesson Holding again boosted its annual guidance as the company on Tuesday reported better-than-expected firearms sales for the quarter ended January.
Bob Evans Farms said it won’t pursue a sale or spinoff of its foods unit and it has hired J.P. Morgan to advise on strategic options for its real estate.
Vitamin Shoppe Inc. said former Weight Watchers International Inc. and Walgreen Co. executive Colin Watts will become chief executive of the nutritional-products seller.
Journalists at newspapers owned by Trinity Mirror PLC intercepted mobile phone voice-mail messages on an “industrial scale,” a U.K. court was told Tuesday.
Bell Helicopter on Tuesday announced deals that could lead to the sale of more than 200 aircraft, helping to counter the weakness in a market hit by the slowdown in work from the oil and gas industry.
Canadian communications company BCE Inc. is taking further steps to strip risk out of its pension obligations by striking a multibillion-dollar deal to transfer what it calls “longevity risk” to insurer Sun Life Financial Inc.
Airline Norwegian Air Shuttle said it will cancel all domestic flights in Norway, Sweden and Denmark starting Wednesday because of a widening pilots’ strike.
India’s decision to maintain an import duty on gold dealt a fresh blow to a metal that has been hit hard this year by a strengthening dollar and policy shifts around the globe.
Morgan Stanley said the New York Attorney General’s Office plans to sue the firm alleging it had misled investors in bonds tied to subprime mortgages.
Actavis plans to complete its more-than-$20-billion bond offering on Tuesday, the latest sign of a booming bond market and a deal which would rank as the second-largest corporate offering on record.