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Procter & Gamble Co said it would split off its Duracell battery business into a separate company as it looks to focus on its faster-growing brands.
Can China continue its torrid pace of economic growth for decades to come? The long arc of history suggests not, according to a new working paper.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank would offer financing for infrastructure projects in underdeveloped countries across Asia.
The main target that won approval was a pledge to slash emissions by at least 40 percent, compared with 1990 levels, by 2030.
Mr. Pels, whose early investment in cellphone networks paid off for his company and for himself, had become a major philanthropist in his later years.
The growth of marketing efforts for connected-home items is fueled by consumers’ appetite for new technology.
Lantern and other websites use online tools and remote nudging from a professional to help clients tackle ills like anxiety and sleep disorders.
Sub-Saharan countries have raised nearly $7 billion this year, more than in all of 2013, and yields on many bonds have fallen, even with the Ebola outbreak.
The online food delivery company said the number of active diners using its services grew 50 percent to 4.6 million from a year earlier.
Arctic Cat is recalling about 40,000 all-terrain vehicles over possible parts failures that can cause the vehicle to stop suddenly.
Standard General, a behind-the-scenes player on Wall Street, has landed at the center of visible corporate turnaround efforts for RadioShack and American Apparel.
The Atlanta Hawks’ hiring of the investment banks comes nearly two months after the basketball franchise’s majority owner drew criticism for remarks about the team’s black fans.
The recent slide in crude oil prices contributed to soaring third-quarter revenue for the biggest airlines.
The software company’s acquisition of Nokia helped it beat estimates, but integration costs reduced profit.
The online retailer was also cautious in its outlook for the fourth quarter, saying it would make less than last year.
Ten states have now banned the ET-Plus system made by Trinity Industries, which is suspected of malfunctioning in crashes.
The British comedian is succeeding Craig Ferguson, who ends his 10-year run on Dec. 19. In between, there will be guest hosts.
The chief executive of Britain’s leading grocery store said that there was no timeline for Richard Broadbent’s exit and that an inquiry continued.