Apple led as the top smartphone maker by market share in the U.S. for the three months ended January, while Android remained the most-used smartphone platform.
China's largest oil refiner, which is opening up its lucrative fuel-marketing business to outside investors, will allow foreigners to participate in the transaction.
Canadian regulators on Thursday approved a plan by Enbridge Inc. to reverse the flow of a major pipeline and ship more oil to refineries in the East, a move designed to ease bottlenecks that have depressed prices.
Gazprom said it may suspend gas supplies to Ukraine after Kiev failed to pay for February's delivery, but Russia's gas monopoly said it will continue transit shipments to Europe.
Cerberus Capital reached an agreement to buy Safeway for more than $9 billion in what would be the private-equity firm's latest acquisition of a big U.S. grocery chain.
Boeing said Thursday that it would freeze the pension benefits of more than 68,000 nonunion employees and will shift those workers to 401(k) retirement-savings plans, starting in 2016.
An administrative law judge's ruling held that the FAA lacks clear-cut authority to ban the commercial use of drones in the continental U.S.
Orthopedic device manufacturer Biomet Inc. filed plans for an initial public offering of up to $100 million, partially to pay off debts from its 2007 buyout.
No way, most advisers say. But researchers at one firm suggests they can be valuable in small doses.
Despite fears that stricter new regulations would curtail lending, wealthy borrowers haven't taken much of a hit