AB InBev and SABMiller -- the world's top two beer companies -- announced Tuesday they will come together to create the world's biggest brewing company.
Leaders of the right-wing, anti-Islam group accused German Chancellor Angela Merkel of turning the country into a “jungle camp” through her open-door policy for refugees.
The German automaker's emissions-software controversy has affected mostly European nations, but countries in Africa and Asia have not been immune.
Ready for his close-up? Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul will live-stream his entire day on the campaign's official Facebook page Tuesday.
The streaming giant is expected to report lower third-quarter profits Wednesday, but as long as its subscriber base is growing, few will care.
Companies must take a "zero tolerance" stand against bribery or kickbacks, a business-risk consulting firm says.
With the PC industry struggling, Dell is betting big on the cloud with its purchase of EMC -- but is it too late?
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