As Pope Francis approaches the first anniversary of his election this Thursday, his popularity is generating a boom for religious media, a niche that rarely gathers much notice.
Key lawmakers have reached agreement on the broad outlines of a bill that would overhaul Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and remake the nation's $9.9 trillion mortgage market.
Jos. A. Bank agreed to be bought by Men's Wearhouse for roughly $1.8 billion, in an agreement that ends a colorful takeover battle between the rival suit retailers.
Chiquita of the U.S. and Fyffes of Ireland are merging to create the world's largest banana company, in an all-stock deal valued at about $1.07 billion.
Tesla Motors will end all electric car sales in New Jersey starting April 1, after failing to head off a proposal making it illegal for it to sell vehicles to consumers without a dealer.
Activist shareholders are spooking some bondholders, and the companies they target are seizing on the fears to rebuff their attacks.
The FAA is still grappling with how to regulate drones for commercial purposes in the U.S., but the flying robots are already being used to spray pesticides in Japan and survey construction sites in Europe.
SAC Capital Advisors will rebrand itself Point72 Asset Management, the latest change for the firm that pleaded guilty last year to insider trading.