American Eagle Outfitters Inc. offered a muted outlook for the current quarter, which includes the critical holiday season, as its fiscal third-quarter earnings sink 68%
Archer Daniels Midland remains on the lookout for deals overseas despite last week's failure of a key acquisition in Asia, the grain company's chief financial officer said.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Xiaflex for the treatment of Peyronie's disease, a move that expands the use of the biologic medicine.
The U.S. Gulf Coast—home to the world's largest concentration of petroleum refineries—is suddenly awash in crude oil. So much high-quality oil is flowing into the area that the price there has dropped sharply.
ConocoPhillips said it plans to spend $16.7 billion on capital projects in 2014, with the bulk of it directed toward continuing oil and gas production in North America.
The Swiss food giant is selling its 10% stake in flavors and fragrances maker Givaudan valued at nearly $1.3 billion as the company pushes ahead with a streamlining effort.
International Business Machine Corp. said it acquired a controlling share in its Dexia SA IT unit.
InterContinental Hotels said its chief financial officer of two years, Tom Singer, would step down effective Jan. 1 for personal reasons. He will be replaced by Paul Edgecliffe-Johnson.
What's good news for shareholders is often bad news for bondholders, or so the adage goes. It is a lesson owners of Time Warner Cable's bonds are learning the hard way