Fitbit Inc's stock, already at a record low, could take another hit on Wednesday, when insiders and employees will be allowed to sell some 127.3 million shares that had been locked up.
The United States said on Tuesday it hoped allies demonstrate a willingness to ramp up their contributions to the fight against Islamic State and to deterring Russia in eastern Europe during high-level defence talks in Brussels this week.
Deutsche Bank AG is looking to buy back several billion euros worth of its debt in an effort to reverse the falling value of its securities, the Financial Times reported.
German authorities were on Tuesday investigating how two commuter trains collided head-on, leaving at least 10 dead and dozens injured, despite having been fitted with automatic braking systems to prevent accidents.
Ailing movie actress Zsa Zsa Gabor was in a Los Angeles hospital on Tuesday awaiting surgery, her husband said, adding that he hoped the star of Hollywood's golden age would survive to celebrate her 100th birthday in a year's time.
A drop in profit at Walt Disney Co's cable networks unnerved investors despite jumps in overall quarterly income and revenue, driven by the blockbuster release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens".
An Iraqi-led operation to retake the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul is unlikely to take place this year, a top U.S. intelligence official told Congress on Tuesday.
U.S. teens are eating healthier diets and showing less severe metabolic syndrome - a cluster of conditions like high blood pressure and elevated blood sugar that can lead to cardiovascular disease, stroke and diabetes - a new study suggests.
Online content distributor Akamai Technologies Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, helped by higher demand for its security services, and announced a US$1 billion share buyback programme.