Generic-drug maker Akorn has run into accounting issues. In today’s frenzied deal market, though, that might attract interest.
Restaurant Brands, parent of Burger King and Tim Hortons, reported a sharp increase in system-wide sales, fueled partly by new products and continued expansion.
Procter & Gamble, the world’s largest advertiser, plans deep cuts in the number of ad agencies it works with in hopes of big savings on fees. And it isn’t the only company doing that.
ESPN sued Verizon, alleging the telecom’s new FiOS TV packages breach a contract covering distribution.
Merck and Pfizer are cash machines in a frothy pharmaceutical sector.
Yahoo is harnessing social media to give Katie Couric’s interviews mileage.
Apple on Monday reports quarterly results. The numbers won’t surpass the prior quarter, but analysts expect strong sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
At Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting -- which the company expects to draw more than 40,000 people this year -- Carrie Sova makes sure everything runs smoothly.
Keywords: Computer programing is a skill uniquely suited to training children how to solve problems and to express themselves, and many educators think it should be part of the basic curriculum, even for grade schoolers.
The current surge in deals, led by the Royal Dutch Shell-BG Group deal, has revitalized the merger arbitrage sector.