Comcast and Time Warner Cable scrapped their proposed merger Friday, balking at a fight with regulators over the $45.2 billion deal. So what's next?
Mergers and Acquisitions
Comcast and Time Warner Cable officially terminated their $45 billion merger Friday amid regulatory opposition.
Microsoft posted a 12% drop in third-quarter earnings, although the software giant topped Wall Street estimates.
With just over a week left before the May 2 fight, tickets to see the highly anticipated boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao are going on sale Thursday.
Caterpillar lifted its earnings outlook for 2015 to cap a stronger-than-expected first quarter, but the equipment maker maintained a cautious tone amid weakness in the mining...
AutoNation, the largest U.S. chain of auto dealers, recorded better-than-expected earnings for the first quarter as Americans continued to scoop up cars and trucks.
General Motors wants a bigger piece of midsize car sales, and the automaker is giving the Chevrolet Malibu more firepower to do it.
Endorsement deals with top athletes continue to drive sales growth at Under Armour, though currency impacts put a damper on first-quarter profit.
A new Google search formula set to go in effect Tuesday could wreak havoc on small businesses.
A new book on Elon Musk says the Tesla founder and CEO was on the verge of selling the electric car maker to Google two years ago.