DUBAI, April 4- Iran's Aseman airline signed a contract with Boeing on Tuesday to buy 60 737 Max aircraft, according to the Islamic Republic News Agency.
Metallurgical Group Corp. is in the process of building an open-pit copper mine that will destroy a 5,000-year-old Afghanistan city.
Mattress maker Tempur Sealy International says it terminated its contracts with mattress retailer Mattress Firm Holdings.
The aerospace company is closer to inking a $9 billion contract with the U.S. Department of Defense.
Taser will be providing 1,556 of its Axon Body 2 cameras, two for each member of the force, to the Louisiana State Police this quarter.
A New York businessman claims the online retail giant kept his merchandise without paying him a penny.
A former partner of the consulting firm says workers gather information from rivals to steal pricing models and other strategies.
The athlete inks a multiyear deal to promote Bridgestone golf balls.
The company inked a 10-year deal with Major League Baseball to be the exclusive provider of on-field uniforms.
The cable news network wants to steal the anchor away from Fox News.
Shares of Taser International plunged 14 percent Monday after the NYPD announced it would award its body camera contract to Vievu.
A new study finds that credit card agreements are literally too hard for most Americans to read. NBCNews reports.
Paul McCartney has inked a deal with Capitol Records, the label where he first began his decades-long career.
The Cleveland Cavaliers star chooses not to pick up his $24-million player option for next season.
Kesha gains another major supporter in her current legal battles against Dr. Luke.
Today's a witching day. It may sound ominous, but it's really just the alignment of some important time periods for the markets. CNBC explains ....
In his first All-Star game as MLB commissioner, Rob Manfred says he is encouraged by the efforts to speed up the game of baseball.
The SBA revealed on Friday that the federal government awarded almost 25 percent in federal contracts to small businesses — $91.7 billion.
Nigeria is probing whether it was short-changed by deals to swap crude for refined products, the state oil company, traders and a security source said.
Aaron Hernandez, the former star tight end for the New England Patriots, was convicted Wednesday of first-degree murder. NBCNews reports.