Tyson is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to build its own farms in China instead of buying chickens from independent farmers, aiming to capitalize on widespread concerns over food safety.
After three years of seizing market share from Chinese rivals, foreign auto makers are starting to take it from each other.
General Motors named Mary Barra as its first female CEO, replacing Dan Akerson, who will retire next year.
Boeing is running a pricey corporate beauty contest, as states try to outdo a record incentive package from Washington state to lure work that would build one of the company's coming jetliners.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. named David Cheesewright the new CEO of Walmart International. He succeeds Douglas McMillon, who is becoming the retailer's top executive.
The U.S. government sold its last shares in auto maker General Motors, the Treasury Department said, closing the books five years after one of the nation's most politically contentious bailouts.
Sysco agreed to buy rival US Foods for $3.5 billion, creating an even bigger entity to provide food to restaurants and other food-service providers.
Teva provides two outlooks for 2014, one assuming multiple-sclerosis treatment Copaxone will face competition from the introduction of at least two generic rivals, and one that assumes no generic competition.
Home builder's results suffer from fewer tax-related adjustments, but lower interest rates have made home buying more affordable.
The Data Monitoring Committee allows drug maker to continue enrollment in trials after conducting an interim safety review.