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Why isn't Sprint Chairman Masaoyoshi Son investing himself?
Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son controls more than 80% of the company.
Walmart is looking to take on Amazon in the ecommerce space, having aggressively expanded its online presence.
The bid would pit Singer against fellow billionaire Warren Buffett, whose Berkshire Hathaway has already submitted a $9 billion offer for Oncor's parent, Energy Future Holdings.
Barclays thinks it's best to stay on the sidelines with Twitter's stock.
Wedbush expects Netflix to grow subscribers in the third-quarter at or above the second-quarter level.
The cashier-free café uses smartphone technology and claims no checkout lines, just like Amazon Go.
Sorry Tim Cook, but it's true.
Amazon is a wrecking machine.
The cloud storage company's previous COO, Dan Levin, will remain on Box's Board of Directors and continue to provide counsel to the leadership team.
Paul Singer's Elliott claims it has enough debt in Oncor's parent company to block the deal.
Amazon said its Prime Day deals were 'too big' to be contained in just 24 hours.
Nvidia announced an investment into Israeli startup Deep Instinct on Wednesday.
AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Sorio will reportedly take over at Teva.
Twitter will sell ads for the event.
The panel voted 10-0 that the drug, tisagenlecleucel, should be approved to treat patients with relapsed B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), the most common form of U.S. childhood cancer.
Microsoft has been buying startups to build its new AI unit.
Orsam will submit parts while Continental will provide electrical systems.
The Indian startup said that it was 'thrilled' to be joining the teams at Google.
Lula was found guilty of accepting bribes from engineering firm OAS.
This case is the first of five charges brought against him.
Amazon.com is contemplating whether to allow developers access to an increased amount of data gathered from its Alexa devices.
The firings are expected to take place in early September.
Nominated in June, James Clinger was a longtime Republican staff member of the House Financial Services Committee after serving at the Justice Department.