DETROIT - General Motors, the nation's largest automaker, reported on Thursday that its net income in the first quarter fell about 85 percent, mostly because of costs associated with the recalls of millions of vehicles.
Satya Nadella, Microsoft's new chief, holding up a Nokia Lumia smartphone featuring the Windows mobile operating system. Credit Robert Galbraith/Reuters.
Tokyo's consumer prices rose 2.7 percent in April from a year earlier, the biggest jump since 1992, pumped up by a sales-tax increase and a year of unprecedented stimulus from the Bank of Japan.
Amazon.com reported another quarter of skimpy profits, despite better-than-expected revenue growth, as the Web-commerce giant spent heavily on shipping, cloud computing and other initiatives.
Ronald McDonald has replaced his pass� overalls with a chic vest and pants combo, showing that just because you're a clown, you don't have to look like one.