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European markets close modestly higher following calm session.
Stocks are modestly higher on Monday, led by a rally in tech driven by the acquisition of ARM Holdings.
Stock futures edge higher on Monday ahead of a busy week on the earnings calendar.
Takeover excitement after ARM's $32 billion SoftBank offer pulls the FTSE 100 higher, though travel stocks decline after the Turkey uprising.
As a bombed-out pound leaves British assets at a discount, who will be next in the post-Brexit M&A binge?
U.S. stock futures are pointing higher Monday ahead of earnings from the banking and tech sector and as investors largely shrug off a failed coup attempt in Turkey.
SoftBank (SFTBF) announced that COO Nikesh Arora will step down, altering the leadership succession plans for the Japanese technology company.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has his Twitter and Pinterest accounts hacked, while Japan-based Line gears up for this year's largest tech IPO. Why is SoftBank selling so many stakes?
The Japanese owner of Sprint increases a sale of Alibaba securities to $10 billion in a bid to cut its debt.
Policymakers stand pat on rates and say they will begin a program of corporate bond buying on June 8.
The Hennessy Japan Fund (HJPNX) is up 8% this year, even though the appreciating yen has caused the Nikkei 225 Index to drop more than 8%.
Wall Street closes out Monday mixed with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average extending their gains into a fifth session.
Stocks extend losses by late in Monday's session as high-momentum names in the tech space weigh on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq.
U.S. stocks turned mixed by the middle of the session on Monday, but higher crude prices lifted the energy sector.
Sprint's stock has been under pressure but received a lift after Softbank announced a share buyback, pledging to use the cash to help the telecom company pay off its debt.
Yahoo! needs a savior. But how much more time are investors willing to give Marissa Mayer to figure things out?
The online retailer of luxury goods Gilt Groupe has raised nearly $290 million in venture capital since 2007 and was once valued at as much as $1 billion.
Yahoo!'s latest proposal to unlock value has a good chance of resulting in what the company says it is trying to avoid -- a big tax bill.
After weeks of speculation, Yahoo! finally decided to suspend work on the planned spinoff of the company's remaining stake in Alibaba, citing concerns about 'the market's perception of tax risk.'
The board of Internet group Yahoo! is reportedly considering a sale of the core business after agitation from Starboard. What would that mean for the online ad business?
King Digital has more monthly users than Twitter but relies heavily on games from the 'Candy Crush Saga' franchise. Activision swooped in, looking for mobile growth.
Netflix's goal is to have close to 500 million subscribers around the world, a huge jump from the roughly 65 million who pay for the service now.
Sprint fell more than 5% Wednesday after Moody's cut the company's credit rating, citing brutal competition and a need for significant additional funding.
Sprint (S) shares are lower after Moody's cut the carrier's credit rating to B3 from B1.
The Taiwanese company plans to invest $1 billion in the next two years.
Shares of several telecom companies performed well on a dismal day for Wall Street.
Shares of major telecommunications companies weren't spared from investors' wrath on Monday.
U.S. stock futures are trading more than 3% lower as investors worry about a sharp drop in Chinese stocks after Friday's falls of more than 3% for U.S. indices.