U.S. Airways and American Airlines are focused on fighting for their $11 billion merger in court and will argue that the federal government hasn't proven that the merger would reduce competition.
China's banking sector is showing some cracks, as years of rapid credit growth in the country has led to serious debt problems for local governments and companies, and a slew of white-elephant projects.
BlackBerry has been all but buried by its competition. Once a company that paved the way for the smartphone industry, it now appears left behind in the technological dust. BlackBerry said it is considering "strategic alternatives." That opens the door for selling itself, either as a whole or perhaps in pieces.