Uber Technologies Inc. lost a suit over how the controversial taxi company treats its U.K. drivers in the first ruling to come out of a London tribunal examining whether they're entitled to the minimum wage or holiday pay.
Xerox Corp. reached a settlement with shareholder Darwin Deason granting him special shares in the copier maker's two businesses after its split, clearing the way for the company to finish its separation by year-end.
Exxon Mobil Corp. warned it may be facing the biggest reserves revision in its history as production sank to a 7-year low and profit slid amid a prolonged slump in energy markets.
General Electric (GE) is in talks with Baker Hughes (BHI) about partnership deals, making it clear that it's not considering an outright purchase.
AutoNation Inc. plans to spend as much as $500 million to expand its footprint in the U.S., as the nation's largest dealership group by sales confronts softening light-vehicle demand and increased earnings pressure.