With its console game business facing growing challenges, Nintendo said it was adding a new business line, health care, starting with a service next year that tracks users’ sleeping patterns.
Goldcorp Inc. posted a loss in the third quarter, with results dragged lower by a reduction in the value of low-grade gold stockpiles at a Mexican mine.
MGM Resorts International posted weaker-than-expected bottom-line results for the third quarter, hurt by lower revenue at its China operations.
New York Times Co. said its third-quarter loss narrowed as the newspaper publisher continued to contend with stagnant print advertising revenue and rising operating costs.
KelloggCo. said its sales fell 2.1% in the latest quarter on declines at the cereal maker’s morning foods and snack businesses.
Wal-Mart is testing a program to match online prices from rivals like Amazon.com this holiday season, a move that could make the discounter more competitive but cut into profits.
Samsung Electronics’ quarterly net profit nearly halved, as its mobile business continued to lose ground to low-cost Chinese smartphone makers—a rivalry that is expected to intensify.
World Wrestling Entertainment is removing a six-month commitment requirement from its WWE Network video service, a move it hopes will boost subscriptions.
Bombardier said on Thursday its overall third-quarter profit fell, hurt by one-time items, but results were better than analysts had expected and revenue improved.
Avon ProductsInc. swung to a profit in the third quarter, with revenue increasing 1% in constant dollars.