Google officially acquires Waze and says its product development team will remain in Israel for now.
David Murdock once took Dole Food private. Now he’s betting that he can do it again.
Even university presidents see the value of a four-year degree eroding.
Morale at the New York-based startup Foursquare has reportedly hit a low.
At Facebook’s annual shareholder meeting today, CEO Mark Zuckerberg stood behind his initial PRISM denial.
Meanwhile, a Viola, New York man is outraged that his private information is being collected by someone other than advertisers.
A profile of one of Warren Buffett’s top lieutenants: 28-year-old Tracy Britt.
Forest Laboratories is adding a representative of Carl Icahn to its board to avert a new proxy battle with the billionaire investor.
An exclusive clubhouse for hedge fund investors, or “the new worst place in Manhattan,” is opening soon.
You know why cell phones are so germy, right?
Photo: Investor Carl Icahn speaks at the Wall Street Journal Deals & Deal Makers conference at the New York Stock Exchange in this June 27, 2007 file photograph. Credit: Reuters/Chip East/Files