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Two big succession stories dominated the headlines Thursday morning, and to CNBC's Jim Cramer, they couldn't be more different.
While it seems that kids are playing with touchscreens more than toys, Lego Group is confident that the building-blocks will remain relevant forever.
Pfizer's $100 billion offer to acquire British rival AstraZeneca is an effort to achieve an "efficient" tax structure, the company said.
GE chief executive, Jeff Immelt, met French officials Monday to discuss the U.S. company's bid for Alstom amid news of a rival bid from Siemens of Germany.
The "Shareholder Spring" continues to weigh on U.K. companies, with CEO bonuses falling for a third consecutive year in 2013, according to a PwC report published on Tuesday, as investors keep a watchful eye on corporate excess.
Symantec fired CEO Steve Bennett as the company struggles to revive growth amid eroding PC sales.
Darden, the nation's largest full-service restaurant company, also owns Olive Garden and LongHorn Steakhouse.
Cerberus struck a $9 billion-plus deal to buy grocery giant Safeway—a tie-up that should be a win for the consumer.
The huge price tag for Facebook's acquisition of messaging service WhatsApp is hard to justify, but there is clearly value in the app's 450 million users, Blackstone told CNBC.
Dealmaking has kicked off again, with the level of mergers and acquisitions activity in 2014 almost at the pre-financial crisis levels of 2007.
Radio frequency chipmakers RF Micro Devices will buy peer TriQuint Semiconductor for about $1.6 billion in an all-stock deal to create a company that could better compete in selling chips to mobile-handset makers.
BlackBerry shares rose after investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point hedge fund disclosed it had bought 10 million shares in the smart phone maker.
Global miner Rio Tinto reported a 45 percent jump in second-half profit on Thursday, beating market forecasts.
Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts said he's confident the deal to acquire Time Warner Cable will be approved.
The CEO of French advertising agency Publicis has described the expected tie-up between Comcast and Time Warner Cable, as the "sensible" thing to do.
Networking helps people progress at work and companies that build partnerships also do better, according to INSEAD academics.
As Apple's annual meeting approaches, some big investors are fighting an increasingly public fight over what the company should do with its cash.
FCC's chairman his skepticism about a potential merger between Sprint Corp and T-Mobile US Inc in a meeting with Sprint.
Carl Icahn has been pushing Apple to use its $150 billion war chest to buy back company shares. Not every shareholder agrees.