Chat App Wand Acquired by Microsoft in New Deal
Will Help Push the 'Conversation on a Platform' Initiative
Bill Gates' Chicken Donation Pushed Back by Bolivia
South American Nation Found the Donation 'Offensive'
Boeing Completes Deal with Iran for Plane Sales
Iran Announces Deal to Buy Passenger Planes from Boeing
Orlando Shooting Triggers Rise in Gun Makers' Stocks
Gun Stocks Soar Following Gruesome Shooting
Calls For Gun Restrictions Only Stoke Its Sales
President Obama called for restrictions on the availability of guns, but the reaction has been adverse. There is a surge in gun sales.
Microsoft Will Acquire LinkedIn for $26.6 Billion in All Cash Deal: 10 Things You Should Know About the Deal
It Will be Microsoft's Biggest Acquisition Ever.
Stocks in Hong Kong Suffer Biggest Tumble in 4 Months
Global Cues Thought to be The Primary Reason Behind Widespread Selling
Symantec to Acquire Network Security Company Blue Moat for $4.6 Billion
The Deal Is Going to be a Significant Step for the World's Largest Security Supplier Company
Investors Betting on Oil Prices to Hit $100 a Barrel
Traders and Investors Feel the Oil Rally Will Boost Oil Prices to $100 and More
Danish Energy Company Dong Energy Garners Valuation of $15 Billion Post IPO
It Emerges as Europe's Largest Share Offering in 2016
Keurig's JAB Holding To Buy Krispy Kreme Doughnuts For $1.35 Billion
JAB Holding Company is expanding its coffee empire and adding some doughnuts on the side with the purchase of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. The deal, valued at $1.35 billion, will turn the once-public doughnut maker into a privately held company.
Starbucks Sued By Angry Customer For Putting Too Much Ice In Iced Coffee
Starbucks has found itself in a bit of trouble once again. Ths time, the coffee chain is being sued by an angry customer who claims that the company is putting too much ice in cold drinks, thus misrepresenting the actual amount of liquid in the beverages.
Mitsubishi Motors Admits To Falsifying Mileage Tests Since 1991
Mitsubishi Motors is in the thick of it once again. After admitting to cheating on fuel economy tests last week, the automaker revealed Tuesday that it has engaged in this practice since 1991 - as opposed to 2002 which it had initially reported.
Mitsubishi Admits To Falsifying Fuel Mileage Test Data
Mitsubishi Motors admitted Wednesday to cheating on fuel-economy tests, making it the latest automaker to find itself immersed in a cheating scandal in the past few years.
Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes 'Devastated' By Company's Dangerous Failures
Following the discovery of numerous health hazards in Theranos' California lab, founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes says she is "devastated."