Air bag maker Takata contemplates filing for U.S. bankruptcy.
Hurricane Matthew is deemed “extremely dangerous” to Jacksonville, Florida, say weather forecasters.
British bookmaker William Hill and sports betting company GVC are reportedly among the bidders for Canadian online gambling company Amaya Inc.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos wins the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end a 52-year-old conflict.
Following complaints from the local taxi industry, Philadelphia hits Uber and Lyft with an injunction.
Camping World Holdings rises three percent after debuting its IPO.
Is Kroger going to buy Whole Foods?
Ford ends 91 years of automaking in Australia.
And despite DNA evidence to the contrary, Trump insists the exonerated Central Park Five were guilty of the 1989 rape of a young banker.
Photo: Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos addresses a United Nations General Assembly special session on the world drug problem at U.N. headquarters in New York, April 21, 2016. Reuters/Mike Segar