Chobani is exploring options to raise capital that it expects could value the maker of Greek yogurt at $5 billion, according to a person close to the company.
The head of Emirates Airline said establishing a U.S. Customs post at its Dubai hub could create a logistical nightmare.
European telecoms are pushing a wave of deals, raising pressure on regulators in an effort to consolidate a fragmented industry.
Amazon.com is hoping to offer an on-demand music streaming service to customers of its Amazon Prime program, but it may limit how much a person can listen to any given song.
Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Jay Rockefeller will hold hearings on why General Motors Co. took nearly a decade to recall 1.6 million vehicles with faulty ignition switches linked to at least 13 deaths.
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son characterized U.S. wireless service as dismal while reaffirming that his company wants a bigger part of the market.
The majority owner of Manhattan's storied Plaza Hotel is quietly entertaining offers for the property, as the Indian company that controls the hotel tries to dig itself out of a financial hole.
Bon-Ton Stores said CEO Brendan L. Hoffman—at one point a contender for the top job at J.C. Penney—will leave the retailer when his contract expires next February.
As Pope Francis approaches the first anniversary of his election this Thursday, his popularity is generating a boom for religious media, a niche that rarely gathers much notice.
Standard & Poor's announced changes to its plan to handle Google Inc.'s stock split, saying it will keep two classes of stock in its indexes.