Aeropostale, American Eagle and Abercrombie are seeing an uptick in Facebook fans, even though they're seeing a decrease in teen shoppers.
Jeff Bezos sheds some light on the Washington Post's potential future and addresses other media rumors.
It's Brazil's regulatory body, not Italy's that Telefónica has to worry about.
Disney's CEO doubts Netflix's ability to compete.
The rating raise comes a year after the so-called “patent cliff,” when patents on many branded drug offerings expired, opening the market to cheaper generic equivalents.
Domestic air travel in China will be the driving force in Airbus sales during the next 20 years.
The Spanish telecom giant wants to boot the competition out and salvage a strong company.
Fox Broadcasting Co. tells IBTimes how it quickly capitalized on a Norwegian viral comedy hit.
The latest forecast for the U.S.' 2013 holiday seasonal hiring is disappointing.
Reporter Declan Walsh was kicked out of the country on the eve of May's elections -- now he's drawn the ire of a violent political party in Karachi.
The German chancellor ordered the closure of all nuclear plants by 2022 -- and the price of energy skyrocketed, leaving German firms in the lurch.
Caterpillar was seeing negative retail sales in all markets except Latin America -- until now.
The New York Times is reinstating its dividends after five years of cash hoarding.
Perhaps Foot Locker's new women's shoe e-retail site can save the day.
With new backing, Aeropostale could escape its shrinking teenage demographic.
Two months ago, Wall Street was convinced Bill Ackman wanted FedEx. Now more than ever, it's clear he doesn't.
Marigay McKee was still touting Harrods department store in 2011 -- now she must develop a stronger online business.
French tax lawyers are probably hoping for more business from U.S. firms -- which face heightened tax scrutiny by Paris.
The new Urban Outfitters opening on North 6th Street wants to serve liquor alongside its ironic T-shirts and skinny jeans.
In autos, capital goods, household products, insurance and software, publicly traded firms based in Germany dominated the 24-sector list.