Chuck E. Cheese, the restaurant chain owned by Apollo Global, is up for sale.
The FTC has sued Qualcomm for “anticompetitive tactics.”
Deutsche Bank finalized a $7.2 billion settlement with the Department of Justice over its sale of toxic mortgage securities in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis.
Former President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized as a precaution after experiencing “shortness of breath.”
American Apparel, just sold to Canada’s Gildan Activewear, has started laying off its staff.
Mark Zuckerberg wore a suit to testify in court that his virtual reality company, Oculus, wasn’t stolen technology.
Obama commutes most of Chelsea Manning’s 35-year sentence for giving documents to WikiLeaks.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise will acquire cloud software company SimpliVity for $650 million.
Trump’s pick for Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, a private equity investor, disclosed assets worth more than $336 million. And that doesn’t capture his net worth.
A startup visa alternative will launch in July.
Sorry Mr. Trump, but the majority of Americans believe that Russians interfered with the election, according to a new poll.
Photo: Signs for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. cover the facade of the New York Stock Exchange, November 2, 2015. Reuters /Brendan McDermid