EBay said venture capitalist Marc Andreessen has decided to resign from the company’s board. His presence on the board had been criticized by activist investor Carl Icahn.
China’s smartphone boom is being fueled by Japanese parts makers, a rare bright spot in Japan’s gloomy electronics industry.
Halliburton Co. said its board has approved a 20% increase to its quarterly dividend, while also reporting a 16% jump in revenue during the third quarter.
Facebook and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg filed suit against several attorneys Monday, claiming they helped perpetuate a fraud against the social network and its founder.
IBM missed its third quarter profit estimate and acknowledged it won’t meet a goal of achieving earnings of at least $20 a share next year, a target it stood by for five years, amid slowdowns in its hardware and services businesses.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals, facing an important junction in its six-month effort to take over Botox-maker Allergan, said its third-quarter results refute Allergan’s attacks on its business model.
Apple began its bold undertaking to add a wallet to its iPhones. Participants include McDonald’s, Whole Foods and Walgreen. Yet the service won’t be ubiquitous overnight.
Amazon and CBS Corp.’s Simon & Schuster publishing arm have reached a new multi-year print and digital contract, according to people familiar with the situation.
Animal nutrition and fish feed company Nutreco NV said it agreed to a $3.44 billion takeover offer from Dutch conglomerate SHV Holdings NV.
Private equity firm TPG Capital is investing close to $250 million in Creative Artists Agency LLC, a deal that will increase its stake in Hollywood’s largest talent agency to 53%.