The first numbers have arrived, and they're good.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg tout experiments with new products, new ad formats and new acquisitions.
Apple is doing something Tim Cook once said "does nothing."
In an effort to get back to basics to stem a recent drop in profits and sales, CEO Don Thompson said that McDonald's would be returning its focus on its core menu offerings.
Coca-Cola's controversial executive compensation plan passed at Coke's annual meeting, but without Buffett's help.
Zynga founder and former CEO steps down from operational role.
"Powerful" is getting heavily re-tweeted, and the early reviews online are positive.
The handmade marketplace has acquired Grand St., a marketplace for indie electronics.
Many U.S. states are approaching the start of fiscal 2015 in better financial health than at any other point since the start of the Great Recession, but headwinds remain for some.
Bill Ackman's bold deal with Valeant Pharma isn't likely to set off alarm bells at either the SEC or private equity firms.
Finally, here's a career advice book that tells you what job interviewers and bosses are probably thinking but would never say out loud.
Streaming agreement gives set-top box a significant advantage over its competitors.
Ardian just raised the largest private equity secondary fund in history. Was it really such a good idea?
At oral arguments over the legality of the service, which streams live broadcast TV to smartphones, the Court seemed fearful of hampering other cloud-service businesses.
The key is to find the sweet spot where everyone has a fair chance of sharing the gains in profits and productivity.
Negative news may be little more than a bump in the road for a $10 billion startup.
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