Sears said it was exploring partnerships or other deals for its Kenmore, Craftsman and DieHard unit and its Sears Home Services business.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe warned his Group of Seven counterparts of a crisis on the scale of Lehman Brothers, Nikkei reported.
The typical S&P 500 CEO made $10.8 million, including bonuses, stock awards and other compensation, according to a study by Equilar for AP.
The government spends about three-fourths of its technology budget maintaining aging computer systems, including platforms more than 50 years old.
The Las Vegas casino magnate is proposing an extravagant water paradise in drought-stricken Nevada.
More than two-thirds of Gulf banks reported an increase in unpaid loans in the first three months of the year and more defaults are likely.
Fitch Ratings downgraded Credit Suisse Group's long-term default rating by a notch to A-minus and its viability rating to a-minus from a.
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan reversed a lower court judge's dismissal of investors' antitrust claims against 16 banks.
The IMF is calling on European creditor nations to commit to "upfront unconditional" debt relief for Greece as part of a rescue program for the nation.
Vietnam's VietJet agreed a firm order of 100 Boeing 737 MAX 200 airplanes worth $11.3 billion at list prices on Monday.
Andersons on Wednesday rejected a $1 billion all-cash offer from HC2 Holdings, a company run by former hedge fund manager Philip Falcone.
Corvex Management disclosed on Monday that it owns 9.9 percent of Pandora Media and urged the company to explore a sale.
The U.S. economic outlook is "definitely looking good," San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams said on Friday.
Boris Johnson said that the EU was following the path of Adolf Hitler and Napoleon by trying to create a European superstate.
European car sales rose 9 percent in April, industry data showed on Friday.
Sam Wyly engaged in "deceptive and fraudulent actions" in a scheme to dodge taxes on more than $1 billion in offshore trusts, a judge ruled.
The International Energy Agency faces a possible legal split from its parent body following decades of friction.
Brazil's Senate will vote on Wednesday on whether to put President Dilma Rousseff on trial for breaking budget rules.
UPS is backing a start-up using drones in Rwanda to transport life-saving blood supplies and vaccines.
China's trade shrank in April in a sign government stimulus is failing to jolt the world's second-largest economy out of a prolonged slowdown.