Dish's efforts to scare off Softbank from buying Sprint aren't valid, say Washington attorneys monitoring the government's investigation.
Duke Energy and Alinda Capital Partners are bringing the power company's telecom fiber unit known as DukeNet Communications to market, sources said.
Procter & Gamble announces it is replacing Chairman and CEO Bob McDonald with former chief A.G. Lafley.
DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach says in an exclusive interview that his portfolio owns Apple, and the stock is priced for no new products.
Google is the biggest company in the U.S. without a dividend, but that may change.
The case can be made that Cisco shares have a fair market value of about $35.
U.S. stock futures point lower; P&G brings back Lafley as CEO; IRS's Lerner on administrative leave; Dish moves closer to financing for Sprint deal.
In-flight needs of Abercrombie's CEO; Rupert Murdoch nurses a grudge; a Senate committee convenes to point out its own ignorance; and that's not all.
It's still hard to see what a highly profitable Hewlett-Packard might look like.
Procter & Gamble is bringing back A.G. Lafley as CEO.