General Electric is reportedly in talks with Sweden's Electrolux and consumer product development company Quirky about selling its home appliance business.
Walmart cut its full-year profit forecast amid flat U.S. same-store sales that follow a string of declines.
Amazon has debuted Amazon Local Register, that lets small businesses process payments through smartphones, tablets and Kindles.
Alibaba will sell its small-business lending unit to the parent of its affiliate Alipay, in a move to address financial and regulatory concerns ahead of its IPO.
Apple has reportedly gotten mass production of its next-generation iPads into production.
As many as 23 million of Twitter's 271 million monthly active users are actually bots, according to the company.
About two weeks after 'The Expendables 3' was leaked online, Lions Gate Entertainment, has won an injunction aimed to stop the circulation of the stolen copy on the Web.
A judge has ruled against General Motors in its attempt to have a revived lawsuit tied to its ignition switch defect dismissed.
Sanofi said it will pay MannKind as much as $925 million for the global rights to inhaled insulin Afrezza, just a couple months after the treatment received FDA approval.
Kinder Morgan is consolidating its units into a single company in a $71 billion deal that will create the third largest energy company in North America.