Groupon said its billings and customer base grew in the third quarter as the online discount company continued ramping up its spending on marketing and acquisitions.
GoPro, the maker of wearable video cameras, swung to a third-quarter profit on a 46% jump in sales, and described the launch of its latest camera as strong.
Vice Media signed a deal with Rogers Communications to build a content studio that will lead to the launch of a TV network in Canada next year.
Starbucks reported a smaller-than-expected 10% increase in revenue for the final quarter of the coffee company’s business year and gave a disappointing forecast.
Twitter has replaced its new head of product, Daniel Graf, just six months after his much-touted hire away from Google.
Live Nation Entertainment said third-quarter profit rose sharply as the industry outlook remains ‘robust.’ The concert promoter also said it is on track for ‘another record year.’
LinkedIn reported a better-than-expected 45% increase in third-quarter revenue on strong membership growth.
Citigroup cut its third-quarter earnings by $600 million, citing “rapidly-evolving regulatory inquiries and investigations.”
Tempur Sealy’s third-quarter profit fell even as sales rose as the mattress giant recorded higher costs associated with its Sealy Corp. acquisition last year.
Chris Viehbacher, who has lost his job as chief executive of French drug maker Sanofi SA, is entitled to receive a termination package of nearly 6 million euros ($7.6 million), according to company legal filings.