Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban says the debate over net neutrality reminds him of something out of an Ayn Rand novel.
Hedge fund Third Point is considering launching a proxy contest at Dow Chemical after negotiations over board seats broke down on Thursday.
Oil prices cratered as government data showed U.S. oil production hitting a new high-water mark, while traders increased bets that OPEC will not curb its own output.
On Thursday, again, the price of oil tumbled with the spot price slipping below $75 a barrel; that’s a four-year low.
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Baker Hughes confirmed Thursday it is in preliminary talks with Halliburton regarding a potential business combination in a release.
With such a low share price, Jim Cramer takes a look at the retail environment to see if J.C. Penney could be an attractive buy.
Eight years ago Google's YouTube buy looked risky, even crazy. Not anymore.
Companies making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Lonestar Capital Management, a $1 billion hedge fund based in San Francisco, is shutting down, according to The Wall Street Journal.
There are reports oil giant Halliburton will buy Baker Hughes. This is one side effect of lower oil prices.
KLM is partnering with Airbnb for a contest to win the chance to spend a night in an "aircraft loft" in Amsterdam.
BlackBerry is in the midst of a turnaround, John Chen says. A new platform and launch of its classic phone are just part of what's in the pipeline.
Xerox CEO Ursula Burns says the US economy is 'stuck.' The way she describes it: "One step forward, a half step back."
Brent crude oil fell to four-year low below $79 a barrel after Chinese data showed further slowdown in activity.
Standard & Poor's assigned a junk rating to Twitter's debt on Thursday, saying the company had a "fair" risk profile.
Bitcoin's blockchain technology could transform all business as we know it, and major companies are already exploring the possibility.
Young North Koreans are coming of age amid a proliferation of black markets. This market generation just might solve the North Korea problem.
To help alleviate the cost of higher education, some colleges are exploring the use of open-source materials as an option to textbooks.
Some shareholders are unhappy about P&G's sale of Duracell to Warren Buffett.