Activist investor Casablanca said it won control over a majority of the board of Cliffs Natural Resources, the U.S.'s biggest iron-ore producer.
The slow progress in Sprint's pursuit of T-Mobile is in part tied to the public nature of the deal. With all the details out, there isn't as much pressure to make an announcement.
Chinese officials said they are investigating whether Microsoft violated Chinese antimonopoly laws, stepping up tensions between the two countries' high technology suppliers.
A coalition of Hollywood movie studios is close to a deal to keep Eastman Kodak Co. in the business of producing movie film.
An informal experiment tests how many would-be Twitter catchphrases from marketers show up in a day of normal activity.
Amazon.com described its dispute with the Hachette Book Group as a battle for lower consumer prices on digital titles and a bigger payday for writers.
Windstream's plan to spin off some of its telecommunications assets into a real estate investment trust comes as more U.S. companies seek to lower their taxes.
Eni's new chief executive, Claudio Descalzi, is facing pressure to diversify away from the African continent, which is beset increasingly by geopolitical turmoil—and the operational disruptions that go with that.
FedEx Corp. pleaded not guilty Tuesday in San Francisco federal court on 15 charges related to transporting painkillers and other prescription drugs that had been sold illegally.
The European Union and the U.S., after much agonizing debate, adopted broad economic sanctions against Russia on Tuesday to punish Moscow's unbending stance in the Ukraine conflict.