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Valeant has complained to regulators that claims made by Allergan to counter a hostile takeover are misleading, sources have told CNBC.
Elliott Management will seek to convince EMC that the company's stock would receive a substantial boost if it were to spin off VMware.
Sources says Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox may sell off some of its European assets to bolster its Time Warner offer, according to Bloomberg.
Hasbro said it plans to partner with 3-D printing company Shapeways to sell fan art inspired by My Little Pony. The New York Times reports.
In his reply to the tragedy in Ukraine, President Obama should have been stronger, some Republican hawks say, but in polls voters may not agree. Politico's Ben White reports.
Of companies announcing earnings this week, subprime lender World Acceptance has the most shorted stock, according to data from Markit.
BlackBerry named Marty Beard as its chief operating officer, filling a position that had been vacant since November.
Top designer Christophe Lemaire is leaving Hermes in the fall to focus on developing his eponymous fashion label, the French luxury group said.
Growing pressure will soon force Russian President Vladimir Putin to assist the MH17 probe, says Michael McFaul, former U.S. ambassador to Russia.
Will Danoff of Fidelity's Contrafund warned of "elevated valuations" in the high-growth sector of the stock market.
Bolthouse Farms will be setting up 'healthy snack stations' in stores with marketing ploys borrowed from junk food. USA Today reports.
Tiffany & Co. CEO Michael Kowalski will retire this year. He will be succeeded by the company's president, Frederic Cumenal.
A decision by a Florida jury to impose damages of $23.6 billion against RJ Reynolds is likely to be rejected or reduced on appeal, experts say.
A list of major retailers are looking to fill vacancies at the top of their C-suites.
The order, which affects a fifth of the U.S. workforce, does not include new exemptions for religious organizations.
A plurality of respondents to a finance industry poll said they expect bonuses to either decline or be non-existent this year.
A study shows that one female board member has a positive impact, especially in male-dominated industries. NBC News reports.
Although Congress approved the fee hike to help reduce the deficit, TSA is getting criticized for the move. USA Today reports.
Edward Snowden told The Guardian that NSA workers shared intimate messages intercepted from citizens with co-workers. NBC News reports.
China's relationship with food safety has spurred another scandal, ensnaring fast-food chains which may have been duped into buying tainted meat.
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Porsche's 2014 Cayenne has been remodeled for a smoother, cleaner look and features an improved engine lineup.
Wal-Mart says U.S. CEO Bill Simon is leaving the company and will be succeeded by Greg Foran.
Some CEOs read. Some play golf. Some attend charitable functions. Richard Branson takes a nice, long bath (rubber duckie not included).
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including gains for European banks and a sales miss for Unilever.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau speaks to Bob Shanks, Ford Motor Company CFO, about the automaker's better-than-expected profits and performance in Europe.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider editor-in-chief & CEO, discusses Facebook's "staggering" quarterly earnings and the social networks innovation. CNBC's Jon Fortt provides perspective.