StubHub may cast a pall over eBay's earnings results in 2014, but it remains a point of strength for the company and CEO John Donahoe.
Proxy advisory firms ISS and Glass Lewis recommended that Cliffs Natural Resources shareholders vote in favor of a six director-slate of board directors proposed by activist fund Casablanca Capital.
E-commerce giant eBay said its marketplace business is continuing to dig itself out of a hole, which may prove more a longer and more expensive effort than previously expected.
Time Warner, faced with what may be an aggressive bidder in Rupert Murdoch’s Twenty-First Century Fox, could pull a similar move as Time Warner Cable in fending off its suitors.
Yahoo! has agreed to hold onto more Alibaba shares, once the e-commerce giant goes public on the New York Stock Exchange in what could be the largest-ever initial public offering.
For six months, Cliffs and Casablanca have battled over their competing strategies in what looks to be one of the thorniest activist investments in recent memory.
Goldman Sachs' far-better-than expected second-quarter earnings are a quagmire for the entire financial services industry.
The firm benefits from a strong performance at its internal run-off portfolio, CitiHoldings, which saw adjusted losses turn to a $244 million profit.
Earnings Season kicks into high gear this week, with the Big Banks and Tech dominating most of the week as the Industrials start to roll out on Friday.
Family Dollar CEO Howard Levine said on Thursday he believes a turnaround of the struggling company is taking hold.