Firms considering investing in suppliers that also supply their competitors need to think strategically about how their competitors or other firms may respond to their action, according to a new study from The University ...
(Phys.org) —Do companies distort their investments to influence their credit rating? A University of Michigan researcher says yes.
An investment firm offered Friday to take a controlling stake in the troubled US bookseller Barnes & Noble, sending the share price soaring.
Fairfax Financial Holdings is buying another $250 million of convertible debt in troubled Blackberry in what Fairfax's president says is a sign of confidence in the company's new management.
Wall Street is aflutter over Twitter, set to make the most anticipated stock market debut since Facebook in a huge test for social media and the technology sector.
The personal fortune of Twitter co-founder Evan Williams probably will take up 10 characters once the online communications company goes public.
Southeastern Asset Management Inc., the investment firm that along with activist investor Carl Icahn opposed the proposed buyout of Dell Inc., disclosed that it has taken a nearly 12 percent stake in News Corp.
After a bruising shareholder battle, Dell appears set for a new path under a private equity buyout aimed at reviving the fortunes of the former number one computer maker.
Microsoft says it will begin holding regular meetings with San Francisco investment firm ValueAct Capital and potentially give the investor a seat on its board.
Sprint says it's eliminating about 800 customer service jobs because fewer people are calling its centers. With growth in other parts of the business, Sprint says it expects the company's work force to remain at about 40,000.