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Videogames publisher Activision is creating an e-sports league for “Call of Duty,” the first-person shooter, with a prize pot of $3 million.
BlackBerry reported a second-quarter adjusted loss as its turnaround continued and it attempted to boost revenue from its software division.
Jebsen & Jessen (SEA) is willing to turn down profitable projects if they fall short of the company's green requirements.
"There are a lot of reasons to be positive in the medium-to-long term for sub-Saharan Africa," Bob Diamond said.
Ivy League rivals, Yale and Harvard, beat the S&P 500's performance in fiscal 2015.
One analyst says an automaker that competes with Volkswagen may have the right product formula to benefit now.
Political and business leaders with high aspirations to strengthen the world's economy should close the gender gap, according to the latest research.
"I think they're a precursor for more layoffs because of the strong dollar and China," Jim Cramer said of Thursday's Caterpillar news.
Blackberry's stock has fallen considerably since closing at an all-time high of $145.76 in 2008.
Caterpillar also lowered its guidance for 2015, saying expected sales and revenues are now $1 billion lower than previous estimates.
Almost 100,000 vehicles were made in the U.K. in August, bringing the YTD total to over a million cars – the best figure since 2008.
For this edition of "Access: Middle East," CNBC's Hadley Gamble takes you on a journey along the Suez Canal, in Egypt.
Fonterra reported a 183 percent rise in full-year profit on Thursday amid a modest recovery in global dairy prices.
Wal-Mart is seeking cost cuts of 2 percent to 6 percent from suppliers that produce goods in China given the yuan's weakness.
"Three fundamental factors need to change," Wells Fargo Securities' Gina Martin Adams said.
John Maraganore of Alnylam Pharmaceuticals tells CNBC his industry focuses on innovation, not pushing prices on decades-old drugs higher to make a profit.
Starbucks, Wal-Mart and Goldman Sachs are among the latest round of companies making the pledge to convert completely to renewable energy.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has used a landmark U.S. visit to reassure the world China's markets were in recovery.
Former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson said China and the U.S. need to collaborate on spurring growth and slowing cyberthreats.
"We're looking much further down the horizon," Pandora Co-Founder Tim Westergren said.