Companies that thought they had found a relatively easy way to move crude from the booming oil fields of North Dakota to the West Coast are encountering obstacles.
An investigation into a gas leak that closed Kazakhstan's supergiant Kashagan oil field has found more potentially problematic locations along a gas pipeline, raising fears of further delays to the $40 billion project.
Atari Inc., the company behind now-classic games such as Asteroids and Pong, receives court approval of its plan to exit bankruptcy under the control of its French parent Atari S.A.
The activist billionaire is softening his approach to getting at Apple's bulging cash pile, now seeking a shareholder vote for a more-modest share buyback than what he proposed earlier this year.
China Cinda Asset Management raised $2.5 billion in its Hong Kong initial public offering, the city's largest this year, backed by significant demand.
Dongfeng Motor Group and Renault have received approval to start a $1.3 billion car-making joint venture that will allow the French car maker to fully tap into a major automobile market.
Honda Motor Co. is now offering dealers significant cash incentives to pump up new-car sales in the final month of the year.
Germany's Merck KGaA aims to expand its specialty chemicals division with the $2.48 billion acquisition of U.K.-listed AZ Electronic Materials SA.
Samsung is looking to sell more smartphones to corporate and government clients, but to do so, the technology giant has to address problems with its mobile security platform.
Kroger's fiscal third-quarter revenue increased 3.2% as the supermarket chain's identical-store sales continued to improve, with 57 cents a share in profit for the quarter