The jewelry retailer's results were consistent with its previously issued guidance for the 2016 fiscal year. Tiffany & Co. names Roger Farah, James Lillie and Francesco Trapani as directors effective last Mar. 6.
Samsung Electronics chief says sorry for its involvement in the scandal that led to South Korea's president being impeached. It also announced it would not be changing its corporate structure to use a holding company.
According to the new electronics ban, larger than smartphones such as iPads, Kindles and laptops will have to be checked in so that passengers could clear security and board their flight. The rules will be enforced come March 25.
An airline official says that the electronic ban would affect some airlines flying into the US and would cover devices larger than a cell phone. This is due to a security concern regarding passengers boarding nonstop flights to the US from certain countries.
Sears Holdings Corp. admits overnight its ongoing survival is unlikely and its plan to avoid bankruptcy by selling off or licensing brands may prove difficult.
The US Department of Labor and two subsidiaries of The Walt Disney Co. have reached an agreement to give back $3.8 million in back wages according to a press release statement issued last Friday.
Renault shares plummet more than five percent on Thursday even after the company refused to acknowledge reports that it cheated on emissions tests for decades.
The Westinghouse sale represents the latest in a series of steps Toshiba plans on undertaking to deal with the losses coming from the nuclear unit's ill-fated purchase of a US nuclear power plant construction company in 2015.
Buyers of some 80,000 V6 3.0-litre Audi and VW diesel cars that were sold in the US from 2009 to 2015 were unaware of the emissions scandal
Hudson's Bay Co., owner of Saks Fifth Avenue, has expressed its interest in buying Neiman Marcus that would exclude the latter's debts.
Shares of Hong Kong's flag carrier dipped almost seven percent following the profit loss of HK$575 million for 2016, which was down from an HK$6 billion profit from the previous year.
Toshiba president Satoshi Tsunakawa sidesteps questions for a Chapter 11 filing for Westinghouse and says there are various options.
Tech giant Apple is found guilty of fixing the price of iPhones in Russia for several years.
Retailers can manipulate consumer regret to beat competitors
The French luxury group gains full control of the 70-year-old Parisian fashion house Christian Dior in a mammoth deal worth around €12.1 billion.
UK luxury fashion retailer Burberry posts lackluster set of results for its second half following an impressive result in the third quarter, a retail analyst stated.
What seemed like a perfect hacking operation turned out to be a failure as Kaspersky has spotted a mistake on the part of the Lazarus hackers. It found a brief connection that came from North Korea - proving their identity and origin.
A lawsuit has been filed by a Democratic political consultant and Fox News contributor on Monday alleging, among others, that Roger Ailes denied her of a permanent hosting job after she turned down his sexual advances.
South African leader, Jacob Zuma, has sacked finance minister Pravin Gordhan in a move that drove the country's currency down five percent in value. The president calls for a midnight reshuffle in his Treasury members who he felt were disloyal to his political intentions.
The US president has long promoted a change on how foreign businesses should run their operations - and that is to revive American manufacturing. Uniqlo head showed he didn't like being given an ultimatum by Trump.
Cemex, one of the world's largest cement producers, has not participated in the first round of bids that is currently underway but said it is open to providing quotes to supply the raw materials for Trump's promised border wall.
Arket, which means 'sheet of paper' in Swedish, will cater to a modern-day market with products for men, women, children and the home.