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The board member leading Microsoft Corp's search for a new chief executive said on Tuesday he expects an appointment to be made early next year.
Whole Foods wants to expand to 1,200 stores throughout the U.S., nearly three times the number it currently operates worldwide.
Herbalife is relieved getting its financials back and intents to get back to "business as usual," said people close to the company.
Comcast is examining three scenarios for a potential deal with Time Warner Cable, including a full takeover bid.
Facebook has confirmed it is testing video advertising, following media reports that it will roll out commercials later this week.
Amazon never seems to be able to generate profits, says Paul Isaac, founder of Arbiter Partners, who's short the stock.
In a shift of rainmakers on Wall Street, asset and hedge fund managers are edging out bankers when it comes to the size of year-end bonuses.
JPMorgan Chase is banning the use of multidealer online chat rooms and the use of such chat rooms among staff for social purposes.
The announcement that GSK will stop paying doctors and remove sales incentives is a sea-change in an industry struggling with faltering sales.
After investing close to $7 billion in rental properties, Blackstone is offering cash to smaller investors looking to get into the game.
Loehmann's, the 92-year-old discount clothing chain, has filed for bankruptcy protection for a third time and said it is prepared to sell its assets to a group of liquidators.
On the heels of appointing its first female CEO, General Motors said its $1.3 billion investment at five plants will create or retain 1,000 jobs.
After a sleepy year, mergers and acquisition activity should increase 10 percent to 15 percent, said Morgan Stanley's head of global M&A.
American International Group is selling aircraft leasing business to AerCap in a cash-and-stock deal valued at approximately $5.4 billion.
Workers at Amazon.com's German operations were set to go on strike on Monday.
Tim Armstrong, the chief executive of AOL, had a debilitating attachment to Patch, a network of local news sites that he is finally winding down.
U.S. industrial production recorded its largest increase in a year in November as mining and utilities output rebounded strongly.
Sprint is mulling a possible bid for T-Mobile—a deal that may leave the U.S. wireless market dominated by three mega-companies, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Presidents at 42 private colleges scaled the $1 million annual mark in total pay and benefits in 2011.
The departure of a possible Coca-Cola chief executive has put the global chief customer officer in contention to eventually succeed CEO Muhtar Kent.