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Disney set or shifted release dates for 19 big-budget movies — many still untitled – planned through 2020.
While Carly Fiorina’s tenure at Hewlett-Packard has been questioned, the Autonomy deal makes Léo Apotheker a contender for the company’s worst chief.
Federal Reserve officials were almost ready to raise interest rates in September but held off because of China's economic slowdown and its potential to derail U.S. growth and inflation.
Her approach stops short of the wholesale financial reform favored by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
The research was partly supported by a more than $1 billion program that aims to eventually reconstruct the human brain in a computer.
From meetings in Cuba to promoting a 12-nation Pacific trade deal, Ms. Pritzker is known for her work ethic, and her long association with President Obama.
The $27 billion hedge fund recommended that the two providers of voice and video communications equipment merge, as part of a wave of consolidation in the telecom equipment sector.
A deal for Sony/ATV, the catalog Sony owns with the Michael Jackson estate that includes a lucrative trove of Beatles songs, is said to be under consideration.
Mrs. Fiorina and Jerrold Perenchio, a billionaire who helped build Univision, became friends while traveling through similar business and political circles in California.
Roughly half of the companies use data – in one case collected directly from people’s brains – to make products more appealing.
Other world markets were also lackluster ahead of the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve’s latest policy meeting.
The new reaction icons will be available to most Facebook users in Spain and Ireland by the end of this week.
Michael Horn, president of Volkswagen’s American unit, is to face questions about the emissions testing scandal at a hearing of a House subcommittee.
The number of Americans filing new applications for jobless benefits fell more than expected to near a 42-year low last week, pointing to ongoing tightening in the labor market.
The city’s leaders are hoping to avoid the pitfalls bedeviling San Francisco — surging home prices, less diversity — as its tech scene expands.
The streaming video service, which backed the web series “High Maintenance,” will add another web series, a short film and a comedy special.
The brewing giant is trying to keep the pressure up on its longtime rival in hopes of securing the largest beer merger in history before a looming deadline.
Meituan, with a link to Alibaba, is forming a new company with Dianping, supported by Tencent, to help businesses sell their goods and services online in China.