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Top executive says it's a “transformational acquisition” that will land the manufacturer in the Fortune 500.
UPS says the acquisition should create $100-150 million in annual operating synergies.
Oil prices are under pressure, driven by a glut of oil in the United States and on world markets.
New projects aim to improve the industry’s stagnant productivity by empowering women.
The automaker plans to build new factories in low-wage, politically-stable Morocco and Algeria.
Satya will also make available an extra $300 million to $400 million for investment under the tie-up.
26 nations will be linked in a single market, which is expected to boost low intra-African trade.
It will upgrade existing plants and introduce new technologies, but not open new plants.
This year is shaping up to be Canada's worst fire season on record, with many burning out of control.
The brewer had revenue of about 19 million reais ($5.96 million) last year.
Aerolíneas Argentinas is gobbling up subsidies and calls of mismanagement are growing louder.
Around the world, countries are preparing for either droughts or heavy rain and flooding.
Shares in mainland China have recorded their biggest one-day fall for more than eight years.
The FT says its circulation reached 720,000 last year, and digital subscribers accounted for 70% of the total.
Generic drug manufacturers in India are seeking U.S. acquisitions to widen their product pipeline.
The Anglo-Dutch company is responding to an extended period of lower oil prices.
Lone Star is the latest North American investor to push into the London property market.
“What we’ve paid for is really the growth in aerospace,” said CEO Clamadieu.
The roughly 40% fall in oil prices since last year is also sharply cutting into profits at BP.
Teva expects the acquisition of Allergan Generics to contribute $2.7 billion in Ebitda in 2016.
Many of the sanctions are likely to stay for months and those lifted can be rapidly restored.
The Tobruk-based government seeks to one-up its Tripoli-based rival for total control over the country's oil.
Assuming a nuclear deal is reached and sanctions are lifted, Iran plans an economic comeback.
CEO Mikhail Damiani discusses the firm's trailblazing ad campaigns, latest partnerships, and emerging tech.
Energy Vision's President talks about the growth of carbon-zero RNG in the U.S. and globally.
Foreign exchange with a strong dollar is predicted to be a 4% to 5% drag on its future sales growth.
Whole Foods posted on Wednesday its weakest growth since 2009 during the economic downturn.