Herbalife reiterated that William Ackman's allegation its business is a pyramid scheme has no merit, following a New York Times story about the hedge-find manager's push for lawmakers to investigate the nutritional-supplements maker.
Asia's growing thirst for milk is spilling over into the U.S. market, pushing up prices for consumers and pressuring profits for some food makers.
Competition in the U.S. wireless market has increased over the past year, but so have Americans' overall phone bills.
Classified Ventures, a group of newspaper publishers, put its cars.com online marketplace up for sale for as much as $3 billion.
The South by Southwest Interactive conference in Austin, Texas, has turned more of its attention to health care.
Container-truck drivers serving Canada's largest port walked off the job, threatening to stall the movement of resources and consumer goods between Canada and Asia
Western officials are scrambling to loosen Russia's energy stranglehold on Ukraine, the latest sign of growing pressure on Moscow to end the crisis.
American Airlines and JetBlue agreed to end their partnership and will stop accepting new interline sales on the other carrier.
Washington's effort to push banks out of the mortgage-servicing business is propelling the handling of customers' loans into companies such as hedge funds and nonbank financial firms.
China's auto sales were up 10.7% in the first two months of the year, on the back of strong demand in the world's largest car market.