Germany seeks Tunisian suspect tied to Berlin Christmas market attack.
Hyundai fires its CEO following disappointing sales and the difficult launch of its luxury Genesis brand.
Uber’s losses are expected to hit $3 billion in 2016 despite revenue growth.
Avaya, a telephony company bought by TPG and Silver Lake in 2007, is weighing a chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
Actelion re-enters takeover talks with Johnson & Johnson, sidelining Sanofi.
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin is facing heat from Democrats on OneWest foreclosures.
Disney signs deal to create shows for Snapchat.
Prostitutes, Broadway tickets and a $17,000 watch are just part of an alleged New York pension fund scam.
Americans aren’t having as many kids: eight states post population loss, according to a new census report.
Photo: Hyundai Motor’s i30 (front) and Tucson are displayed at a gallery-style Hyundai dealership in Seoul. Hyundai/Reuters/Kim Hong-Ji