A top executive at the Japanese videogame maker has expressed concerns about introducing virtual-reality products, a likely sign that it won’t include the technology in its next-generation console, code-named “NX.”
Embattled health-benefits broker Zenefits on Thursday said it struck a deal with some investors to cut its valuation by more than half to $2 billion, giving them additional shares in exchange for releasing the company of potential legal claims.
U.S. auto-safety regulators are investigating what is believed to be the first fatal crash involving a Tesla Motors car that was driving itself, ratcheting up scrutiny on a technology that has been evolving with little oversight.
With its agreement to acquire Starz for $4.4 billion including debt, Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. is poised to become a bigger player in media mogul John Malone’s plan to consolidate the content business.
Efforts to regain customer trust at Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. could suffer a setback as the restaurant chain has put its top marketing executive on administrative leave after Manhattan prosecutors unveiled an indictment involving the executive and a cocaine drug ring.
A jury in Silicon Valley on Thursday delivered a resounding victory to Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., finding that Oracle Corp. should pay the computer maker $3 billion in damages—the full amount it sought—for actions that contributed to the decline of a once-lucrative line of high-end computers.