For the first time in two decades, General Motors Co., Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler Group LLC pulled off a sweep in the first three months of a year, with all three gaining U.S. market share in 2013’s first quarter.
ING U.S. Inc., a unit of the largest Dutch financial-services company, is headed for an initial public offering led by managers who helped American International Group Inc. repay its rescue by divesting assets.
Claudia Burzichelli doesn’t want to die like her dad. Nine years ago, her father, already afflicted with Parkinson’s, killed himself with a gunshot to the head days after his release from a hospital where he had been treated for a heart attack.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., the New York drugmaker that gained 22 percent the past year, said its combination of three experimental medicines for hepatitis C successfully cleared the virus in 15 of 16 patients.