Barneys New York was brought up on racial profiling charges twice in one week last fall.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has signed into law the rules governing a historic opening of the state-run oil, gas and electricity industries to foreign and private companies.
Chiquita Brands received a buyout offer worth about $611 million from investment firm Safra Group and Brazilian agribusiness Cutrale Group.
Shares of Dean Foods tumbled more than 9 percent in pre-market trading after the company posted a wider-than-expected second-quarter loss and withdrew its forecast for the full year.
Entertainment and news site Buzzfeed got a $50 million vote of confidence from Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, valuing the company at $850 million.
Crude oil futures swung between small gains and losses on Monday, as traders awaited new developments from Ukraine and the Middle East.
The three acquisition targets of Kinder Morgan's $71 billion consolidation plan jumped Monday, while Kinder Morgan gained more than 17 percent.
Darden has completed its repurchase of about $900 million of a previously announced $1 billion debt retirement, and expects to retire the remaining debt later this month.
Three Market Basket board directors fired back at ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas today, calling for an end to "hostage-taking."
A judge has denied General Motors' request to dismiss a wrongful death case related to a faulty ignition switch.
Fast-growing Etihad Airways took effective control of Italy's nose-diving national carrier Alitalia on Friday in a deal that will see the Gulf airline gain access to one of Europe's major markets.
Malaysia Airlines will be brought back under the wing of the Malaysian government, but a string of restructurings over the past decade failed to put the carrier on a steadier flight path.
Shares of Lululemon rose Friday after founder Dennis "Chip" Wilson agreed to sell about half his shares in the company, averting a possible fight for control over the yoga apparel maker.
McDonald's results reflect what is likely to be just the beginnings of the fallout from a Chinese food scandal late last month.
Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, is partnering with private equity firms Blackstone Group and Carlyle Group to invest in energy infrastructure in Nigeria.