Two music publishers are suing Cox Communications, saying the cable company is deliberately turning a blind eye to illegal downloading by its broadband subscribers.
Europe escalated its war against U.S. technology superpowers as the Continent’s two largest economies and the European Parliament backed efforts to rein in the influence of Apple, Facebook and Google.
The financial crisis and its aftermath have revived interest in gold as a monetary policy instrument, especially in Europe, where central banks face public pressure to buy gold or bring back home what they hold overseas.
U.K. takeover rules known as “Put Up or Shut Up” are changing the way bankers run deals and have thwarted several large acquisitions so far this year.
Two companies owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim will invest up to 700 million euros ($875.4 million) in FCC in exchange for 25.6% of the debt-laden Spanish builder.
Even as economists fret about China’s slowing economy, the country’s stock market is booming, with 2014 set to be the best in years, and brokerages are emerging as among the biggest winners.
Rémy Cointreau said net profit fell 25% in the first half of its financial year as the French drinks maker continues to battle a slump in demand from Chinese consumers.
Salesforce.com gave Chief Executive Marc Benioff a nearly 8% raise in salary and target bonus and awarded him stock options with an indicated value of roughly $33 million.
Ultra high-net-worth individuals, who have more than $30 million in assets, are becoming more common these days. Where do you find them? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
Investors are counting on the iPhone 6 to regain some share for Apple in the smartphone market and boost its lucrative ecosystem. They may be right.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff will announce the names of her new economic team Thursday, the presidential palace said Wednesday.
Toyota said it will introduce less-costly crash-prevention systems to most of the vehicles it sells in its biggest markets starting next year, in a bid to usher the new technology into the mainstream.
The worst drought in roughly a century is parching Brazil’s São Paulo state, the country’s economic powerhouse, but the water shortage has produced a gusher of sales for companies selling temporary relief.
Before the lights had dimmed on Black Friday last year, executives at Kohl’s were already at work on the deal they would use to pull shoppers into their stores this time around: a $5 toaster.
Telefónica has been rejiggering parts of its empire by retreating from markets where it lacked scale, and expanding in Latin America.