The parent of sandwich chain Quiznos filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Friday, the culmination of a continuing effort to confront $570 million in debt and its unhappy franchisees.
The governments of Canada and British Columbia have unveiled a plan to try to end an almost weeklong strike that has crippled operations and trade at Canada's largest port.
GE filed for an initial public offering of the unit that provides financing plans and private-label credit cards for North American retailers.
Vivendi that it has entered exclusive talks with cable holding company Altice to sell the bulk of its cellphone arm SFR, opting for a safer bet to achieve its long-sought exit from telecoms.
Spanish airline Iberia, part of International Consolidated Airlines Group, said it had agreed to a productivity deal with ground staff that mirrors those already signed with pilots and cabin crew.
Executives at the Italian bank faced an unpleasant decision about fourth-quarter results: announce a record-breaking loss or run the risk of displeasing investors and Italian regulators.
A shipbuilding firm controlled by failed Brazilian tycoon Eike Batista has reached an agreement with bondholders.
A lawsuit involving health-products company J&J offers a glimpse into the close ties between the medical-device industry and doctors who provide or can influence the information consumers hear about medical products.
India's top court dismissed an appeal by Nokia over a tax dispute that has cast a shadow over its $7.5 billion deal to sell its handset business to Microsoft.
Activist Shareholder Continues Push for Split of Snack, Beverage Units.