De Beers is pouring money into an operation that mines diamonds at the bottom of the ocean, yielding some of the world’s highest-quality gems.
Questionable results led to changes in medical treatment. Weeks or months passed before Theranos told many people their results were unreliable.
Investigators believe operational issues linked to fueling procedures, rather than a manufacturing flaw, likely caused a Space Exploration Technologies rocket to explode during ground tests last month.
Daimler, the German luxury car maker, reported sharply higher profit driven by strong sales of its new E-class models, sport-utility vehicles and positive currency effects.
Ericsson fell to a third-quarter loss amid a slowing telecom-equipment market and fierce Asian competition.
SAP raised its guidance for 2016 to between $7.1 billion to $7.3 billion, even after third quarter net profit fell 19% on higher share-based compensation expenses.
British American Tobacco announced a proposal buy the stake it doesn’t already own in U.S. peer Reynolds American for $47 billion.
Geely Automobile’s supercharged growth has amped up investors’ expectations. But the market is primed for a slowdown.
Tesla Motors plans to charge buyers of its newest cars $8,000 to activate autonomous-driving technology, hinting those who do would be able to offset the cost through a ride-hailing network.
Streaming services, such as Spotify, may have disrupted the music industry, but it is the long-suffering record labels, such as Sony, who are eating their lunch.