Walgreens makes $9.4B deal to widen footprint in the U.S. and negotiate for lower drug costs.
South Korea said it would investigate three of the maker's diesel models.
AB InBev would gain an Africa presence, as well as some add-ons in Asia and Latin America.
The company also is expanding its e-commerce operations and adding 20,000 new jobs.
Tiffany has been slow to innovate while the market has grown to offer a wide variety of high-end jewelry.
Walmart's rising minimum wages are contributing to the decline in net profit, as are currency fluctuations.
Whole Foods posted on Wednesday its weakest growth since 2009 during the economic downturn.
Toyota, Nissan and Mitsubishi have expanded a recall of cars to replace airbags made by Takata.
This week, the firm raised its full-year revenue forecast to $2 billion after sales rose 6%.
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