In U.S.-China Tech Rivalry, Whose Side Is Qualcomm On?
Qualcomm's strategic value to the U.S. saved it from a hostile takeover, but the mobile-chip giant is now at the center of an escalating tech rivalry between its home country and its biggest market: China.
Gun Maker Remington Plans to File for Bankruptcy Protection
Remington, a gun manufacturer that private-equity owner Cerberus spent more than a decade building into an industry giant, is now on the brink of bankruptcy as it copes with a heavy debt load and volatile gun sales.
SL Green Sells Property to Prop Up Its Share Price
SL Green is selling real-estate assets into the private market at high values and using the proceeds to buy back its own public shares at discounted prices.
San Miguel Aims to Raise Up to $3 Billion in Share Sale
San Miguel is seeking to raise as much as $3 billion through a proposed share sale of its food-and-beverage business in the third quarter of this year.
GE's Top Executives Miss Out on Cash Bonuses for the First Time
General Electric discloses its board withheld 2017 bonuses and canceled some 2015 equity awards that executives would have partly received.
Goldman Pushes Past Trading Roots With Executive Shift
David Solomon became the heir apparent at Goldman Sachs after his main rival for the top job abruptly resigned, developments that show the Wall Street powerhouse is continuing to move beyond its trading roots.
Stitch Fix Stays in Fashion
Styling company Stitch Fix continues to grow its revenue and clients, disproving skeptics, as it added 100,000 clients in its latest quarter.
Volkswagen Vows to Overtake Tesla With World's Largest Electric Car Fleet
The German car giant has pulled into Tesla's rearview and vowed to overtake the electric vehicle pioneer with a massive rollout of battery and hybrid models over the next five years and production facilities around the world.
Finnish State Investor Buys Nokia Stake
Finnish state-owned investment firm Solidium has spent $1.04 billion since the beginning of the year to buy a 3.3% stake in Nokia.
Apple to Acquire Magazine-Subscription Service Texture
Apple said it will acquire Next Issue Media and its digital-magazine-subscription service Texture, a product developed by top magazine companies that bundles together some 200 subscriptions into one monthly service.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
March 13, 2018 13:15 ET (17:15 GMT)
Copyright (c) 2018 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.