Oracle significantly cut its yearly stock-option grants to CEO Larry Ellison and other top executives nearly a year after a wave of shareholder opposition to compensation paid to the billionaire chief.
More than 6,500 people have now offered confidential information under the whistleblower program of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
New York Times Co. said its second-quarter profit declined as lower print advertising revenue offset increases in digital advertising and circulation revenue.
McDonald's Japan withdraws financial guidance for 2014, citing lost sales and higher expenses caused by a scandal involving a Chinese chicken supplier accused of unsanitary practices.
BlackBerry Ltd. agreed to acquire Germany's Secusmart GmbH for an undisclosed amount to further bolster its mobile security offerings for companies and governments.
Windstream said it intends to spin off some of its telecommunications network assets into an independent, publicly traded real estate investment trust.
Wynn Resorts said its second-quarter earnings grew 57%, as margins grew and the company's Macau and Las Vegas operations both posted revenue growth.
Renault reported a steep rise in first-half profit, as the French car maker benefited from a cost-cutting drive and the absence of provisions that hurt its performance in the same period last year.
UPS said its revenue rose as the company attributed an increase in demand to e-commerce and growth in package shipments.
Money-laundering allegations against Argentine construction baron Lázaro Báez are focusing attention on the wealth of President Cristina Kirchner and her late husband Néstor.