Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth announced that she is stepping down effective Oct. 1, marking the last departure from the newspaper of a member of the Graham family.
Software developer Compuware agreed to be taken private by Thoma Bravo LLC for about $2.5 billion.
The chief executive of Anglo American, one of the world's largest mining companies, said he won't pull up the drawbridge if a compelling takeover offer arrives.
Halliburton Co. said it agreed to a $1.1 billion settlement covering a substantial majority of claims related to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico.
Back to Work: Despite an improving U.S. economy, the retail industry—tied more closely to consumer spending than any other—is struggling.
Darden Restaurants on Tuesday unveiled a new slate of nominees and structure for its board to be considered at its annual shareholder meeting in October.
Anglo American Chief Executive Officer Mark Cutifani said he's worried about the outlook for the iron-ore market amid a sharp fall in prices and signs that a global supply glut won't abate any time soon.
Apple said it is investigating reports that vulnerabilities in its iCloud service were exploited to hack the accounts of celebrities, leading to the publication of nude photos and videos.
U.S. grains giant Archer Daniels Midland agreed to sell its chocolate business to Cargill for $440 million, a deal that will expand the private agribusiness's capabilities in North America and Europe.
Newmont Mining Corp. has forged a deal to resume exporting copper concentrate from Indonesia as early as this week, the government said Tuesday.