Retailer H&M is celebrating the open of its new store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, its largest in the world as it takes other fast-fashion retailers.
Drugmaker AbbVie has clinched a deal worth about $55 billion to acquire British rival Shire in the biggest tax inversion deal by a U.S. company.
Former McDonald's employees are accusing the fast-food giant of firing them for joining labor unions.
President Obama has issued a statement on Friday regarding the steps being taken by the United States in the wake of the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17.
Trupanion is the first medical insurance company for dogs and cats to go public, listing its IPO on the NYSE under the ticker 'TRUP' on Friday, June 18.
Expect lower prices from Amazon Web Services in the future, despite the fact that the company has cut prices 44 times over the last six to seven years.
Italy's GTECH said it will buy U.S. slot machine maker International Game Technology for $6.4 billion, including debt.
Portugal Telecom confirms it did not receive the repayment of more than $1 billion in debt from Rioforte, a unit of troubled bank Espirito Santo.
The National Basketball Association is said to be attempting to double the TV-rights fees it receives from Disney and Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating possible pricing coordination by Sony's Sony/ATV Music Publishing and Vivendi's Universal Music Publishing, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.