The phone company has agreed to part ways with Israel's second-largest mobile company.
Global stocks plunged on Monday, with the Dow making its worst start to a year since 2008.
A new government report
Recent moves in the Republican-controlled House suggest a thaw.
Whole Foods has been selling tilapia and goat cheese produced by prisoners since 2011.
Campaigners say pressure forced French infrastructure company to sell final stake in Israeli holding.
Putting the $18 trillion U.S. economy into perspective by comparing state GDPs to entire countries.
A new report says Edward Snowden's revelations about the NSA has significantly hurt U.S. tech firms' foreign sales
It took threatening C-level compensation packages, but the world's biggest companies are finally getting environmentally responsible.
The business sector reacts to the election results
Multinational companies are adopting new business structures fashionable in tech start-ups
Danish companies pioneer diversity by breaking barriers and hiring people with disabilities.
AI could be our only hope in a world of data and shouldn't be feared, Nikolay Gurianov says.
Some argue the gap is due to "women's choices," but that hides key cultural and social factors.
Leading western venture capitalists, including Richard Branson, are investing heavily in Estonian startups.