Facebook's Instagram app is launching a photo- and video-messaging service, soon after popular mobile app Snapchat spurned a $3 billion offer from the social network.
Volkswagen replaced the head of its U.S. operation after several months of slumping sales for the auto maker's mass market VW brand.
Farmers and meat-industry officials said they embrace the Food and Drug Administration's effort to limit the use of antibiotics in livestock even as they don't see it changing much.
A judge ruled Anadarko could be liable for at least $5 billion in a lawsuit over environmental and legal liabilities related to its 2006 acquisition of Kerr-McGee.
Coca-Cola announced a shakeup of its Americas business, saying president Steve Cahillane was leaving the soda giant.
The shopping season is getting trickier to navigate as buyers are waiting longer to purchase gifts, Lego's chief financial officer said, and the trend is creating a need to get more immediate buying data from retailers.
Qualcomm named its chief operating officer, Steve Mollenkopf, as its new chief executive, amid reports that Microsoft was interested in him.
Western companies are shedding jobs in China after years of rapid expansion as the country's economic growth slows.
The deal ends more than 80 years of family ownership of Stokke and is reported to value the company at $480 million.
Two experimental breast-cancer drugs passed a major milestone in a closely watched study that is part of a growing effort to revamp clinical trials and hasten the path of new medicines to the market.