Citgo Beats Power Grab From Maduro Loyalists
Corporate directors tied to opposition leader Juan Guaidó have a better claim to Citgo because of his recognition by the Trump administration as Venezuela's legitimate head of state, according to a ruling issued Friday by Vice Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick of Delaware's Court of Chancery.
Tyson Discloses Justice Department Subpoena in Chicken-Pricing Probe
Tyson Foods said it received a subpoena from the Justice Department, signaling an expansion of an investigation into chicken pricing.
HSBC to Slash Thousands of Jobs After Ousting CEO
HSBC plans to cut up to 2% of its 237,685 employees, as the bank flagged a worsening outlook for the global economy in its second-quarter results.
Renault-Nissan's Long Road to a Better Alliance
Talks between Renault and Nissan to rebalance their cross-shareholdings are encouraging, but need to overcome big obstacles.
Cars.com Completes Strategic Review But Finds No Buyer
Cars.com said that it will remain independent after a strategic review didn't yield a buyer for the online car marketplace.
Restaurants Find Consumers Willing to Pay Higher Prices
Higher prices on foods from Ritz crackers to burritos are helping restaurants and food makers boost sales and profits.
Linde 2Q Profit Climbs on Higher Sales
The industrial gases and engineering company reported net income of $522 million, up from $480 million in the comparable quarter a year earlier.
Perkins, Marie Callender's Headed to Bankruptcy Auction Block
The corporate parent of the Perkins and Marie Callender's restaurant chains is closing stores and putting the operation up for sale in bankruptcy, in an effort to pay off more than $114 million owed to senior lenders.
Fox Corp. Strikes Deal to Buy Majority Stake in Credible Labs
Fox Corp. has struck a deal to buy a majority stake in Credible Labs Inc., a marketplace for consumer-lending information, for $265 million, the company said Sunday afternoon.
Fiat Chrysler's Growth Hinges on Jeep Expansion
The Italian-American auto maker is planning to expand further its top-selling Jeep brand as a way to offset an industrywide slowdown in the world's largest auto markets.