SoftBank Chief Executive Masayoshi Son is pushing hard for Sprint to shed its "loser" mindset in mobile-phone industry.
Boeing said Thursday that it would freeze the pension benefits of more than 68,000 nonunion employees and will shift those workers to 401(k) retirement-savings plans, starting in 2016.
Aaron's Inc. said a special committee has started a broad review of potential options for the rent-to-own retailer, adding to an evaluation of an unsolicited bid to buy the company.
An administrative law judge's ruling held that the FAA lacks clear-cut authority to ban the commercial use of drones in the continental U.S.
An FDA official rejected the cosmetic industry's latest proposal for a regulatory overhaul aimed at improving the safety of beauty and personal-care products.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV aims to double sales in China this year as it brings a second model to its lineup under the Fiat brand in the world's biggest car market.
A Newsweek article purporting to identify the creator of bitcoin shot through the community of investors and traders who have helped build the $8 billion market for the virtual currency.
Power company Public Service Enterprise Group unveiled a $12 billion five-year capital spending plan in an effort to boost earnings growth at its utility segment.
Telecom Italia reported a narrower net loss and proposed suspending its ordinary dividend so as to keep investing in its network amid signs of recovery.
Cliffs Natural Resources dismissed Casablanca Capital LP's move to nominate directors to the board of the iron-ore miner, adding it had proposed a settlement to avert a proxy fight that was rejected.