The sale to SK Hynix of South Korea includes a major factory in China and follows the company’s decades-long shift into microprocessors.
The oil giant’s takeover of Noble Energy gives it a foothold in an emerging energy hot spot: the eastern Mediterranean Sea.
Lawmakers said they found multiple problems with each of the four giant tech companies.
In a report led by Democrats, lawmakers said Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook needed to be checked and recommended reforming antitrust laws.
The health care company hopes to use the money, from an affiliate of the billionaire Chamath Palihapitiya, to fuel growth and achieve profitability.
A House report on how to limit the reach of Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook has been delayed as Democrats and Republicans split on remedies.
While President Trump has blessed a deal for TikTok, the video app filed to stop a ban of its service that is set to go into effect on Sunday.
The company’s acquisition of ZeniMax Media puts it in a strong position against Sony just weeks before the release of their next generation of gaming consoles.
Companies involved in a deal to resolve TikTok’s future publicly clashed over the arrangement, while President Trump threatened to block any deal that left the service in Chinese hands.
Leading candidates to fill her seat on the Supreme Court are likely to rule in favor of conservative causes that could affect Corporate America.
The $3.1 billion acquisition of DoubleClick in 2007 was a “game changer.” A growing number of antitrust experts say it’s the sort of deal that should no longer be possible.
Technological progress has outpaced the political debate again. What will happen when the next TikTok arrives in the United States?
The approval delays President Trump’s threat to block a popular Chinese-owned social media app from the United States until it receives investment from American partners.
He says that they are a security threat. If so, it is time to show the world the evidence.
As M.L.B. owners consider whether to approve Cohen as the new owner of the club, several complaints filed by women at his company loom as potential sticking points.
Silicon Valley stars Reid Hoffman and Mark Pincus explain what makes their blank-check company different.
Deal makers involved in the talks to sell TikTok are exasperated.
Forcing the unspooling of a complex global company is not as easy as yelling about the “China menace.”
The Chinese-owned app designed a compromise to satisfy U.S. security concerns. The terms are now under review by the Trump administration.
The move leaves Oracle as the sole known remaining bidder, as the clock ticks down on President Trump’s executive order to block the app.
A sale to Nvidia for more than $40 billion would net billions of dollars for the Japanese tech investor and create a powerhouse in the semiconductor industry.
Vanessa Pappas is keeping a focus on the app’s community of creators and users as it deals with pressure from President Trump, Beijing and a possible sale.
The luxury giant LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton backed out of its deal to buy the jeweler.
Jamie Salter and David Simon, one a licensing expert and the other a mall operator, are reshaping the shopping landscape by acquiring bankrupt brands like Brooks Brothers and Forever 21.
Lee Jae-yong stands accused of stock price manipulation and other offenses as he sought to tighten his control over the major corporate empire.
China’s new export rules, which could delay or scuttle a sale of TikTok, have further turned giant companies into pawns in a geopolitical struggle.
The tech giant, once an example of how not to operate in the nation’s capital, now has a successful influence operation there.
Many start-ups and big-idea companies have rediscovered an alternative to a traditional I.P.O.
The retail giant said it was teaming up with Microsoft, which has been negotiating for weeks to buy the popular Chinese-owned video app.
The expanded City First Bank, which concentrates on underserved neighborhoods, will be the nation’s largest Black-controlled federally insured commercial lender.
Neither side wanted a big deal. But what began as talks about a small investment ballooned with interventions from President Trump.
Special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, are helping them and other fledgling companies raise money and gain coveted stock listings.
President Trump, who has been pushing for a sale of the Chinese-owned video app, did not say whether Oracle would be a better buyer than Microsoft.
As the Chinese-owned app negotiates its potential sale, it is signing a different sort of deal.
He embodied the impolite era of the media mogul, a time before streaming, when movie theaters and cable TV were all the rage.
The retailer is seeking court approval of a $325 million sale to a group backed by the mall owner Simon Property Group and Authentic Brands Group, a licensing firm.
The fast-food giant’s suit against its former C.E.O. may prompt other companies to review their pay and severance policies.
Although they haven’t necessarily fallen in love with the Democratic presidential candidate, many on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley are falling in line.
The president has repeatedly called for a big payment to the Treasury Department if a Chinese company sells the app to Microsoft, but there is no provision in the law for that.
TikTok’s most valuable assets, a hyper-effective algorithm and a community of popular creators, may not be as easy to acquire as the company itself.
Theatrics distracted from the real payoff of the congressional hearings: the subpoenaed documents.
The president’s interventions in company dealings based on his own instincts are a departure from the arm’s-length approach of predecessors of either party.
The president said he did not object to a potential acquisition of the Chinese-owned app, retreating from comments about banning the service.
Buying one of the largest and most influential social networks in the country could change the perception of the tech giant.
The department store, which traces its roots to 1826, was struggling before the coronavirus hit.
President Trump is talking about banning the app. TikTok may also sell its U.S. operations. Let’s sort through it all here.
The Trump administration has said the video app poses security concerns because of its Chinese ownership.
The discussions come as TikTok’s ownership by a Chinese company is under scrutiny by the White House and lawmakers.
The move by the 204-year-old Remington Arms Company came after years of litigation and declining sales.
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