SoftBank, eyeing a tie-up of its US wireless unit Sprint with T-Mobile, stepped up its campaign Tuesday, claiming it could boost competition for Americans as it did in Japan.
Jack Tretton will step down this month as chief executive of Sony Computer Entertainment America, the company announced Thursday.
Less than two years ago, disillusioned investors were fleeing Facebook Inc. stock, worried the company would never figure out how to make the leap to mobile devices from personal computers, let alone make money on them.
The Oracle of Omaha is not a believer in bitcoin.
Masayoshi Son, the unconventional Tokyo businessman and new chairman of Sprint Corp., has thrown billions of dollars at the Overland Park, Kan.-based wireless company.
India on Wednesday celebrated the appointment of Satya Nadella as the new chief executive of Microsoft, seeing it as another endorsement of home-grown talent that has risen to the top of the US corporate world.
Microsoft is nearing a decision on its new chief executive, with Indian-born insider Satya Nadella the leading candidate, US media reported Friday.
Royal Dutch Shell will suspend drilling in offshore Alaska after a US court decision and as the oil major streamlines operations following a slump in annual profits, it said on Thursday.
The British videogame maker behind Candy Crush Saga, the madly addictive game played by millions of people each day, has defended its decision to trademark the word "Candy" in the European Union.
The 29-year-old founder of Russia's biggest social network website VKontakte has sold his stake in the company in a deal believed to be worth hundreds of millions of dollars.