EA’s Strong Quarter Overshadowed By ‘Battlefield’ Pushout
The company unexpectedly pushed out the next title in its "Battlefield" franchise one year, to 2022.
Infosys Investigating CEO’s ‘Unethical Practices’
Infosys Chairman Nandan Nilekani said that the company had instituted an inquiry against CEO Salil Parekh.
How One Firm Found Order in the Chaotic World of Cryptocurrency Accounting
“The most difficult part in the entire market is that there is no standard.”
Fintech Takes Root in America’s Farmland
Using data-focused underwriting principles, FarmTogether provides investors fractional ownership of agricultural land that’s then leased out to farmers.
Cannabis Operator Nixes Deal, Fires CFO
MedMen is opting out of a transaction with Pharmacann as it increases its focus on profitability, says CEO Adam Bierman.
AI is Ushering in a New Era of Integrated Receivables
Sayid Shabeer of HighRadius explains how AI engines can tackle manual processes around cash applications, credit management, and more.
Law Allowing College Players to Profit From Their Image Has Big Implications
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed legislation letting college athletes in the state negotiate contracts for the use of their names and images.
Stripe Moves Into Small Business Lending
Stripe Capital will provide cash advances to small business customers of Stripe's payment platform.
Search Engine for Consumer Finance Nabs Funding
Even Financial lands $25.5 million in venture capital to bolster its digital marketplace for connecting financial services providers and consumers.
Pernod Ricard to Buy Bourbon Whiskey Maker Castle Brands For $223M
The per-share offer price represented a 92% premium to the 67 cents at which Castle Brands shares closed Wednesday.