Sales Woes Force BlackBerry Earnings Miss
The cell phone company said it was buying back shares and is still confident about second-half growth.
Accenture Offloads Pension Liability
The deal comes as insurers are buying pension plans at a record rate.
Jobless Claims Rise; Labor Market Stays Tight
Despite operating at or near full employment, the economy does not show signs of overheating.
Hain Completes Audit of Revenue Woes
The natural products maker reported that it did not have to make material changes to its previously reported financial statements.
Oracle Floats In on the Cloud
The company, once a latecomer to the cloud space, says it has "turned the corner."
CEO Pay Rose by 6% in 2016
It was the biggest gain in compensation for chief executives in three years, Equilar reports.
Banks, Companies Partner on Cyber-Ratings Principles
An industrywide, common approach would increase confidence in the ratings, they say.
Nestlé Buys Stake in Ready-Meals Group
It's the second big financial move in less than a week in the home-delivery meals niche.
U.S. Current Account Deficit Widens
The imbalance in investment flows and the value of goods and services traded was up 2.4% from the fourth quarter of 2016.