The American fast food giant stands accused of flouting the EU's state-aid rules and evading over $1 billion in taxes through its tax deals with Luxembourg.
The $110 billion deal, announced in October, will create an industry giant that would brew a third of the world's beer.
JX Holdings Inc. will take over smaller rival TonenGeneral as the country's oil refiners look to cut processing capacity amid declining fuel demand.
The $109 billion conglomerate is turning to the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China to support its ambition to become one of the world's most valued businesses.
Retailers say they're planning to recruit more temporary staff than last year to accommodate a greater number of holiday shoppers.
Environmental groups said they planned to protest the Dec. 10 auction in Washington, where officials will offer parcels of public land for oil and gas development.
Mario Gabelli, the second-largest voting shareholder in Viacom Inc, has called for the company to disclose its CEO's mental capacity.
If the Internet company spins off all of its Internet business, all that would remain is its stake in Alibaba and Yahoo Japan.
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The automaker's owners are set to address company workers Wednesday at its factory in Wolfsburg, Germany.
Time Inc. is expanding its technology center in the southern Indian city to cut costs as print revenues fall, while ad spending rises on the digital front.
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha on Wednesday ordered officials to improve aviation safety standards after the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) downgraded Thailand's safety ratings.
KKR & Co., Thoma Bravo and Vista Equity Partners Management are competing for $4 billion worth of Dell Inc.'s assets, people familiar with the matter said.
People familiar with the matter told the Wall Street Journal that the company's board was expected to discuss possible plans.
The world’s top automakers said strong sales in utility vehicles and trucks were offset by sluggish sedan sales.
The natural foods company initially agreed to adjust its labeling, but now it says the FDA should "align food labeling regulations with nutrition science."
Major U.S. businesses joined the White House this week in voicing support for an aggressive outcome at the United Nations climate change talks in Paris.
Regulators this week reduced the amount of advanced biofuels suppliers must mix in to regular gasoline and diesel, citing market challenges.
The mutual fund company quietly reversed its recent markdowns of Dropbox and Snapchat, demonstrating the topsy-turvy nature of the startup market.
A failed Ohio marijuana initiative was so audacious in its corporate machinations that marijuana activists are concerned about "Big Pot."
Trump is threatening to impose 25% tariffs on China if its president doesn't attend the G20 summit.