Keynote Systems (NAS: KEYN) reported earnings on July 30. Here are the numbers you need to know.
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Alcatel-Lucent (NYS: ALU) reported earnings on July 30. Here are the numbers you need to know.
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Kaiser Aluminum (NAS: KALU) reported earnings on July 25. Here are the numbers you need to know.
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The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) reported second-quarter 2013 results before markets opened this morning. The aerospace company posted adjusted diluted...
Gambling machine maker Bally Technologies Inc. (NYSE: BYI) announced today that it has struck a definitive agreement to acquire SHFL entertainment...
Royal Dutch Shell has named head of refining Ben van Beurden to replace chief executive Peter Voser -- an appointment that has surprised industry watchers.
With the Federal Reserve moving away from its long-in-place stimulus, it's time to change the way you invest.
A couple got more than they expected after placing an online order with retailer Banana Republic: confidential files of 20 former employees, including Social Security numbers.
Chinese meat processor Shuanghui International has agreed to buy Smithfield Foods for about $4.72 billion in a deal that will take the world's biggest pork producer private.
Consumer-products giant Procter & Gamble brings back its former CEO, A.G. Lafley, a 33-year industry veteran, who left in 2009.
As final ballots come in on a proposal to strip JPMorgan Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon of his chairman title, some worry about what will happen if shareholders win.
Japanese electronics-maker Sharp named a new president Tuesday, reshuffling its top management to help restore profitability after reporting a record loss.
J.C. Penney confirmed Monday that Goldman Sachs will provide it with $1.75 billion in financing, confirming rumors that first surfaced Friday.
Ron Johnson's short tenure as J.C. Penney's CEO will go down as one of the biggest corporate flameouts ever. But he's hardly the first executive to aim high and fail hard.
From sluggish PC sales to Facebook regaining an important advertiser to a department store chain finally ousting its inept CEO, here are the wonders and blunders of the week.
The IRS, FEMA and a growing number of other federal agencies are turning to the powerful art of analytics to help improve their performance, from spotting tax abuses more quickly to making emergency recovery more efficient.
You would think that with all today's technology, employers would see the value in letting people work from home. Yet even in this era of Skype,...
Last month, 96 CEO changes were announced by U.S. based companies, reports job-services firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, among them the heads of Google and Advanced Micro Devices. The number is down 9% from December, but 8% higher than January 2010, when 89 CEOs left their corner offices behind.
Many investors look at a slew of financial data and ratios to figure out which stocks will offer the best returns. While no one discounts the value of in-depth research, there is one ingredient that is often overlooked -- yet it's the key to outperformance.
Watching which way the talent is flowing in Silicon Valley can tell investors a lot. Even if a big brain drain isn't a sure death knell for a major player, it can't be ignored. And during the last couple of years, a lot of talent has been draining out of Silicon Valley icon Google.
A lack vision or a strategic plan isn't the trouble at many companies. Rather, it's that they can't move from idea to reality. Successful companies move from strategy to execution by using what management consultant Richard Lepsinger calls "Five Bridges."
Incoming BP (BP) CEO Bob Dudley fired the executive at the center of the Gulf oil disaster and created a new division to improve safety. Andy Inglis, the head of the company%u2019s upstream business, will leave the company at the end of the year, BP said in a statement.
Campbell Soup Company (CPB) CEO Douglas Conant will step down on July 31, 2011 after more than a decade in the post. Denise Morrison, currently the president of the company%u2019s North American soup, sauces and beverage unit, is expected to succeed Conant, Reuters reported. Morrison has been appointed chief operating officer, effective October 1.
For married couples of opposite genders, the downturn's inordinate impact on men has resulted in an increasing number of wives becoming the primary breadwinner or returning to the labor market. Surprisingly, many men don't mind at all.