Ford, moving to keep up with growing demand for its new F-150 pickup, is hiring more workers who will support increased production of the company's new truck.
Walt Disney blew past Wall Street's expectations Tuesday, reporting earnings per share and revenue that were both higher than even the most optimistic of more than two dozen estimates on Wall Street.
After a tweet promoting its Popcorn Nuggets, KFC is facing a backlash from Twitter users for marketing its fried food to children.
Vince Cable has raised the spectre of Europe imposing mandatory quotas on the number of female directors in British boardrooms, as he pushes for Britain’s largest businesses to swiftly appoint more women to senior positions.
This was the most social Super Bowl ever. That's despite the fact that just half of ads featured hastags-down from about 57 percent last year.
Belgium has come under investigation by the European commission over tax breaks for multinational companies as Brussels widens its crackdown on corporate tax avoidance.
Amazon is reportedly in discussions to buy up hundreds of physical retail stores across the US to showcase its products, including the Kindle tablet and unsuccessful Fire smartphone, and act as delivery points for online orders.
Tesco is to give more than £2m to its former chief executive and finance director after being told it had no legal grounds to continue withholding the payouts.
The Oil and gas company BG Group has become the latest corporate casualty of the oil price slump, writing down the value of its assets by £6bn and sharply cutting back on spending plans.
News Corp and 21st Century Fox will not face charges in the U.S. over payments to officials or phone hacking, the U.S. Department of Justice has said.
Amazon is planning to open hundreds of physical bookstores, according to a large mall CEO who spoke to Dow Jones.
Exxon Mobil, the erstwhile largest company in the world by market capitalisation, has posted a 58 per cent drop in quarterly profit as the languishing oil price continues to eat into the performance of the company.
BP is to cut another 3,000 jobs after reporting a loss of $6.5bn, its worst annual loss in at least 20 years. The latest job cuts are in addition to the 4,000 job cuts already announced.