Intercontinental Exchange, owner of the NYSE, said it will not bid for the London Stock Exchange Group.
Tribune Publishing’s board unanimously rejected Gannett’s takeover offer.
Uber debuted a global advisory board to help the company navigate public policy as it continues to enter new markets.
Adidas will sell its golf unit, which has struggled with profitability.
U.S. worker productivity was down again in the first quarter, marking the biggest slump in output per hour since 1993.
The University of Waterloo in Ontario is now a leading recruitment center for Silicon Valley companies.
YouTube is planning to debut a paid cable TV subscription service called Unplugged as soon as next year.
Lawmakers in Brazil proposed a bill to forbid authorities from blocking Facebook’s WhatsApp.
Photo: Traders stand outside the New York Stock Exchange prior to the opening bell October 31, 2012. Stock exchanges plan to open Wednesday after monster storm Sandy receded from New York, the New York Stock Exchange will renew normal operations at 9:30 a.m. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid.