Monsanto to Cut 2,600 Jobs in Restructuring
The company says "focus and discipline" are key to its efforts to reorganize amid a third straight year of sagging agricultural commodity prices.
Syngenta Moves to Cool Off Shareholder Heat
After refusing Monsanto's merger offer, Syngenta plans to sell its vegetable-seeds business, which could fetch as much as $3 billion.
Swiss Chemicals Firm Rejects Monsanto Bid
A $45 billion offer for agrochemical firm Syngenta is brushed aside as ignoring the "future value potential" of a company with market-leading positions.
Insider Buying Tumbles, But Buybacks Increase
Executives might personally think their company's stock is fully valued, but at the corporate level they are still buying back shares.