21st Century Fox is in late-stage discussions to buy all of Sky PLC, the U.K.’s market-leading pay-TV provider, in a $14 billion deal, as Fox moves to consolidate its holdings.
Chicken-companies will get another chance in coming days to smooth investors’ ruffled feathers over questions about poultry pricing that have pressured share prices.
Coca-Cola said Friday that Muhtar Kent would resign from his role as chief executive in May 2017, to be succeeded by James Quincey, the beverage company’s president and operating chief.
Three months after trumpeting the AirPods as a breakthrough technology, Apple still hasn’t made them available. The company says it needs time before the wireless airbuds are ready for consumers.
U.K.-based Vodafone, the world’s second-biggest mobile carrier by subscribers, aims to be one of two ‘premium’ players—it doesn’t matter which—in each of its 26 countries.
Luxury watchmakers have this year introduced stainless-steel and lower-priced watches in the face of falling demand for their more expensive products.
Shareholders allege director Marc Andreessen privately coached the CEO by text message on how to win over other members of the board.
Companies have been reluctant to spend, but rising stock-market optimism, labor costs and profits may be about to change that.
After circling Sky for years, 21st Century Fox has finally pounced and it isn’t overpaying for the European pay-TV leader.
Companies and executives used to be able to air their political views, but some recent cases following Donald Trump’s election show that it can have negative consequences.