Germany Rebounds in Q3 But France and Italy Wobble
Despite the robust growth shown by Europe's largest economy last quarter, the euro zone remains plagued by anemic demand .
Salix Calls Off Tax Inversion Deal
The Treasury Department's recent anti-inversion measures claim their first victim — Salix Pharmaceuticals' plan to merge with Italy-based Cosmo.
RadioShack Inks Loan Deal with Hedge Fund
The struggling electronics retailer is getting a loan from its largest shareholder, which some creditors oppose because it might delay restructuring.
Goldman, JPMorgan Planned Private Rescue of AIG
It never happened, of course. But AIG's former CEO Maurice Greenberg believes the federal government didn't have the authority to step in.
Facebook Says User Research Will Be Vetted
Following the furor the social net faced after the revelation that it manipulated posts, Facebook says it will be more sensitive to users in the future.
GoodData Secures $26M in Funding
Big-data analytics firm GoodData raises capital in a Series E round led by Intel.
Business Analytics Skills Essential for Finance Staff
CFOs are demanding that their finance and accounting personnel have the ability to interpret trends from big data and tell a "compelling story."
Jobs Added in September Keep the Economy Rolling
The latest ADP jobs report reveals that 213,000 workers were added to private-sector payrolls in September.
Hurting from Recall, GM Reveals Margin-Boosting Plan
CEO Barra looks to new products, China sales, Europe restructuring and cost savings to right the ship.
Will Windows 10 Score With Enterprises?
No matter what it's called, the next version of the famed operating system will have to be better at meeting the needs of business.
Workers Reporting More Fraud — and Paying the Price
Reports of fraud hit an all-time high in 2013, while retaliation against whistleblowers also increased, says a compliance hotline provider.