WeWork co-founder Neumann has cashed out over $700 million from the firm ahead of its public offering, an unusually large sum given that startup founders typically wait for the IPO to monetize their holdings.
Boeing will set aside about $5 billion to compensate airlines that have suffered because of the prolonged grounding of the 737 MAX.
Gannett is nearing a deal to combine with GateHouse, a move that would join the two largest U.S. newspaper groups by circulation.
Microsoft said strength in its cloud-computing business drove record revenue in the latest quarter, extending the firm's run under Nadella.
Amazon is offering independent merchants on its platform a leg up in exchange for the right to buy their brands at any time.
AB InBev is considering selling units in South Korea, Australia and Central America as the brewer seeks to cut its massive debt pile.
U.S. stocks rose, erasing earlier declines, after remarks by a Fed official. The S&P 500 gained 0.4%.
Morgan Stanley's profit fell 10% in a quarter that saw trading slow and Main Street banks carry the day.
Blackstone's earnings fell but the portion of profits it could return to shareholders ticked up.
BMW has picked its head of production, Oliver Zipse, to be the auto maker's next chief executive.