Deutsche Bank beat out Nomura Holdings in an auction for the $128 million loan portfolio of collapsed Australian lender Gippsland Secured Investments.
SoftBank Chief Executive Masayoshi Son is pushing hard for Sprint to shed its "loser" mindset in mobile-phone industry.
Telecom Italia posted a narrower consolidated net loss of €674 million ($927.9 million) in 2013 thanks to a smaller impairment loss on goodwill on its domestic business.
Workers went on strike at an IBM plant in China as the company prepares to transfer the computer-server factory to Lenovo.
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.
Pixelworks' disclosure that Apple was one of its largest customers last year lifted shares 88% and to their highest level in more than seven years.
Prosecutors accused leaders of the storied New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf of overstating revenue and using accounting chicanery to hide losses and cover up a cash-flow shortfall that began in 2008.
A Newsweek article purporting to identify the creator of bitcoin shot through the community of investors and traders who have helped build the $8 billion market for the virtual currency.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi reiterated that the central bank is ready to act if needed, but refrained from introducing new stimulus measures to help the euro-zone recovery.