Investigators looking into last year’s data breach and theft of drivers’ records from Uber Technologies have found indictions implicating an executive at rival ride-hailing app Lyft.
Dell is pressing ahead with partner Silver Lake on a $50 billion-plus acquisition of data-storage giant EMC, a bold but risky deal that would require massive debt financing at a time when credit markets have become less hospitable to mergers.
At the center of SABMiller’s efforts to get a better deal in AB InBev’s takeover bid is a family whose brinkmanship at the negotiating table helped make them Colombia’s richest.
The National Retail Federation expects sales to rise 3.7% this holiday season, less than the 4.1% gain last year, as sluggish U.S. job growth and other economic factors continue to weigh on consumer spending.
Starbucks will begin accepting Apple Pay in some U.S. stores this year, and will roll out the payment service to all company-owned U.S. locations by the end of 2016.
Roche’s experimental drug proved effective in three late-stage studies against multiple sclerosis, potentially heralding an important new treatment option for the debilitating disease.
Gap said total sales in September fell 1%, hurt by the stronger dollar and weakness at Banana Republic, and gave downbeat profit guidance.
Alcoa reported sharply lower third-quarter profit due to lower aluminum prices and unfavorable currency impacts.
The bankruptcy of its operating unit can’t shield Caesars Entertainment Corp. from investors’ lawsuits, a federal judge has ruled.
Private-equity firm Golden Gate Capital disclosed a 9% stake in Ascena Retail and said it is in early stages of discussions with the apparel retailer on ways to create value for shareholders.