While he was a sensation on social media, the new Hamburglar didn’t succeed at his main job: promoting McDonald’s sirloin burgers.
Twitter Inc. management’s tough talk may be turning the company into a takeover target.
Parents might not want to hear it, but video gaming is a fully fledged industry worth billions of dollars. Here’s why you should care about the industry. Bloomberg’s Tom Gibson reports.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has hired former Goldman Sachs Partner, Michael Evans, as President. Evans will be in charge of driving the company’s global expansion beyond China. Bloomberg’s Zeb Eckert reports on “Asia Edge.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Foxconn’s Chairman Terry Gou says India must improve its infrastructure if the country wants to attract investment, and he’s ready to invest. Bloomberg’s Tim Culpan reports on “Trending Business.” (Source: Bloomberg)
"Back to the Future" fans are in for a treat, with Lexus showing off the world's first fully-functional hoverboard. But if you're hoping to buy one, you're in for a long wait. Bloomberg's David Ingles reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
Zscaler CEO Jay Chaudhry discusses the company's business strategy and recent trends in Internet security with Bloomberg's Emily Chang. Zscaler, an Internet security company, raised $100 million at a valuation of more than $1 billion. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Netflix Inc., which lets employees take as much vacation as they want, is now offering as much as one year of paid time off to new mothers and fathers in what’s probably the most generous parental leave policy in the U.S.
Guggenheim Securities recommended the stock with a price target of $160, the most of any analyst covering the company.
U.S. stocks declined for a third day, amid disappointing results from Allstate Corp. and CVS Health Corp. while Apple Inc. slipped further into a correction.
Magine AB, the Swedish live-television streaming service, is expanding to the U.K. by offering shows from the broadcasters behind “Broadchurch”, “Deal or No Deal” and “Big Brother”.
It turns out Hollywood left one stone unturned when it came to turning brands into movies: the iconic candy dispenser PEZ.