Western officials are scrambling to loosen Russia's energy stranglehold on Ukraine, the latest sign of growing pressure on Moscow to end the crisis.
As smartphone apps undercut traditional Web searches, they threaten Google's huge ad business. To keep up with mobile habits, Google needs to convince developers to allow links into their apps.
Classified Ventures, a group of newspaper publishers, put its cars.com online marketplace up for sale for as much as $3 billion.
Competition in the U.S. wireless market has increased over the past year, but so have Americans' overall phone bills.
Like baseball scouts trying to pick tomorrow's stars, drug-company scientists like J&J's have become drug hunters who search outside their labs for new medicines for their lineups.
Safeway's $9.4 billion sale to the owner of Albertsons means that, after years of shrinking, it will be part of something bigger. But can Safeway operate more like a local grocer?
Asian stock markets are lower, as weak Chinese trade data weighed on regional sentiment, while shares in Malaysia Airlines sank after its plane went missing.
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.
Microsoft's hopes of keeping pace with Sony's PlayStation 4 may turn on the success of its Xbox One game 'Titanfall.'
The South by Southwest Interactive conference in Austin, Texas, has turned more of its attention to health care.