If Democrats in Washington state have their way, companies headquartered there might be paying more taxes by the end of the year.
With an apparent surplus of e-readers and black-balling a major publisher, Barnes & Noble may be in a tough spot.
When it comes to Dell, bids from Blackstone, Icahn and Michael Dell are getting all of the attention -- but why didn't Southeastern Asset Management nab it?
Aiming for third place behind Apple and Android smartphones doesn't seem like a winning strategy.
Facebook had a messy IPO, but that was then. The best investments are based on what happens next.
Oracle misses analysts' estimates -- but don't count out the company just yet.
The CEO's departure is not enough to save this sinking ship in the short term.
And when it does, the company's shares will be a gift to investors.
Investors seem pleased by the idea of Leonard Riggio, the book seller's founder, buying the retail arm of the company.
Liberty Chairman Malone has a strong track record in cable. Under his management TCI became the largest cable provider in the U.S. -- but that was in 1999.