Time Warner Inc. and satellite TV provider Dish Network Corp. have come to terms on a new distribution pact that includes an online offering of HBO.
Teen clothing retailer Wet Seal won court approval Wednesday to be acquired by an affiliate of Versa Capital Management in a deal that keeps at least 140 stores open.
The Securities and Exchange Commission charged Houston-based technology and engineering firm KBR Inc. for violating a whistleblower protection rule, its first-ever action against a company for stifling the whistleblowing process.
Mexican state oil company Petróleos Mexicanos said one worker was killed and 16 others injured when a fire broke out at an offshore rig in the Gulf of Mexico.
What makes a “summer” movie? As Hollywood churns out more big-budget “tentpoles,” a packed calendar from May-to-August means more such films are being released in March and April.
Uber filed complaints with regulators in Brussels against three EU governments seeking to ban some of its services.
Sears moved to sell some of its top properties and then lease them back, a step that will let shareholders like CEO Edward Lampert buy valuable company assets to raise much needed cash.
Mexican telecommunications company América Móvil said it will submit a plan to shareholders this month to spin off certain mobile assets into a separate company.
Real-estate investment trust Macerich rejected a bid from rival Simon Property Group, which promptly withdrew its $16.8 billion offer, ending for now the possible combination of rival mall operators.
Shares of GoDaddy, a technology provider to small businesses, opened at $26.15 in their market debut, 31% above their initial public offering price.