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Alibaba Group Holding is backing another California startup, announcing a $120 million strategic investment in gaming company Kabam Inc. and a partnership to publish and distribute its free-to-play mobile games.
The FDA laid out a proposed new regulatory plan to oversee potentially thousands of laboratory-developed medical tests that the agency contends can be prone to errors.
U.S. companies have never had so much debt and so much cash. But there is a reason for that—low interest rates and U.S. tax policy.
Anheuser-Busch InBev reported that strong sales volume growth and cost cuts boosted net profit in the second quarter, driven in part by World Cup sales.
French upstart telecommunications company Iliad made a buyout offer for T-Mobile US, in a bold bid to counter an effort by Sprint to combine with the fourth-largest wireless carrier in the U.S.
The World Cup's cheers of victory and cries of defeat were echoed by executives as they examined second-quarter results. Companies selling TVs, sports drinks and snacks scored, but makers of washing machines lost out.
Tesla Motors said its second-quarter loss widened to $62 million, or 50 cents a share, even as deliveries of its Model S sedan hit a new high.
GoPro, in its first earnings report after its IPO, reported better-than-expected second-quarter results but still saw its shares decline.
Germany's efforts to generate electricity from offshore wind farms have been marred by delays and cost overruns, but turbine maker Siemens and private-equity firm Blackstone are looking to buck that trend.
Microsoft must comply with a U.S. warrant for email stored in a company data center in Ireland, a federal judge ruled.
Siemens posted a rise in second-quarter profit but the German engineering giant warned that its energy business remains a challenge and conflicts around the globe increasingly threaten its expansion plans.
Lotus says it can get more out of its Formula One race cars from the new ways that it collects data on their performance.
Alibaba Group said Thursday that it hired Google veteran Jane Penner as the head of its investor-relations operations.
A tanker of oil from Texas has set sail for South Korea, the first unrestricted sale of unrefined American oil since the 1970s.
Time Warner Cable said months-long standoff with other major pay-TV distributors over the Los Angeles Dodgers sports channel is likely to weigh on its financial results for the year, the cable operator said Thursday.
Sony reported a surprise first-quarter profit but sharply cut its forecast for smartphone sales, dealing a blow to the Japanese electronics maker's recovery.
LinkedIn continued its steady revenue growth in the second quarter, posting strong gains from advertising, subscription services and its flagship recruiting business.
The French pharmaceutical group has raised its earnings outlook as it reported a jump in second-quarter profit on a strong showing by its biotech unit and stronger sales of diabetes treatments.
The U.S. energy boom is producing a little-noticed side effect: American oil and gas companies are paying less in federal income taxes, thanks to investment incentives that allow for billions of dollars in tax deferrals.