CBS board said they would investigate allegations of sexual misconduct by the media company’s chief executive, Leslie Moonves, in response to claims in an as-yet-unpublished New Yorker article by Ronan Farrow.
Meanwhile, CBS stock nosedives 7 percent as a result of the probe.
Tyson Foods is in talks to buy Keystone Foods from Brazil’s Marfrig.
The economy grew last quarter at 4.1 percent.
Twitter posts record $100 million profit but loses one million users.
Slack has acquired HipChat and Stride from Atlassian.
WhatsApp has been linked to lynchings in India.
House of Representatives has passed legislation that would allow women to buy menstrual hygiene products with money from health flexible spending accounts.