The head of Samsung's mobile division, J.K. Shin, is facing pressure as weakening phone sales propel the company toward a third straight quarter of operating-profit declines.
Companies selling TVs, sports drinks and snacks scored, but the makers of washing machines lost out.
Coca-Cola can no longer lean on its foreign markets for reliable growth, which means it must turn around its U.S. business. That won't be easy, as Americans are drinking less soda.
A tanker of oil from Texas set sail for South Korea, the first unrestricted sale of unrefined American oil since the 1970s.
Exxon said its profit for the second quarter rose 28%, despite pumping oil and gas at the lowest rate in almost five years.
Siemens posted a rise in second-quarter profit but the German engineering giant warned that its energy business remains a challenge and conflicts around the globe increasingly threaten its expansion plans.
Adidas issued a profit warning for the year and postponed targets for 2015, citing challenges at its golf business as well as risks surrounding consumer sentiment in Russia and the region.
Target is bringing in PepsiCo executive Brian Cornell as its new CEO, turning to an outsider for the first time in its history to repair a battered corporate culture and navigate a sea change in shopping habits.
Boeing plans to build a new version of its flagship 787 Dreamliner jet exclusively at its nonunion factory in South Carolina.
Anheuser-Busch InBev reported that strong sales volume growth and cost cuts boosted net profit in the second quarter, driven in part by World Cup sales.
Sony reported a surprise first-quarter profit but sharply cut its forecast for smartphone sales, dealing a blow to the Japanese electronics maker's recovery.
L-3 Communications disclosed accounting irregularities linked to an aerospace logistics support contract and signaled it would take an initial $84 million pretax charge as it cut its full-year profit guidance.
Time Warner Cable Inc.'s second-quarter profit and revenue improved as the company added more Internet customers, but results just missed analysts' expectations.
Snapchat is in discussions to raise a new round of financing from Alibaba in a deal that could value the mobile-messaging app at about $10 billion.
Brazilian mining company Vale SA reported lower-than-expected net profit in the second quarter as prices for iron ore fell to a four-year low and the company continued to write off assets.
Diageo said weakness across emerging markets led to a fall in full-year profit as the U.K. liquor maker suffered from a huge drop in demand in China, the world's biggest liquor market.
Panasonic will invest in equipment and machinery for a battery joint venture with electric car maker Tesla Motors, but didn't say how much it will invest in the project.
The Anglo-Dutch oil group said that second-quarter profit more than doubled as it benefited from higher output of liquid petroleum and better prices for some products.
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Sanofi are spending $67.5 million to buy a special voucher held by BioMarin Pharmaceuticals in a bid to hasten regulatory review of their new cholesterol drug.
Lotus says it can get more out of its Formula One race cars from the new ways that it collects data on their performance.
The French pharmaceutical group has raised its earnings outlook as it reported a jump in second-quarter profit on a strong showing by its biotech unit and stronger sales of diabetes treatments.
Avon said its second-quarter profit shrank as the beauty company continued to post lackluster sales, particularly in Latin America and North America.
Teva Pharmaceutical IndustriesLtd. said its swung to a profit in the second quarter, driven by strong gains in its generic medicine sales.
Lufthansa said its second-quarter net profit fell from a year earlier due to strikes, adverse currency effects and overcapacity on its North American and European routes.
Amazon.com will invest $2 billion to expand in India as competition for customers heats up in the fast-growing, South Asian e-commerce market.
Kellogg said its second-quarter earnings fell, as the cereal-maker lowered its full-year outlook amid continued struggles for company's cereal unit.
Charter Communications recorded a narrower second-quarter loss as revenue rose and the company continued to benefit from growth in its online customer base.
Apache Corp. said Thursday it is evaluating and exploring the possible separation of its international assets.
Darden Restaurants plans to repurchase $500 million in shares under an accelerated buyback program, using part of the proceeds of its Red Lobster sale to fund the deal.
Bunge Ltd. said its second-quarter profit more than doubled as large crops and increased demand drove up sales in its main agribusiness segment.