Dell raises 2012 outlook, stock rallies
Dell Inc posted profits that blew past Wall Street forecasts on improved profitability and the No. 2 PC maker raised its fiscal 2012 outlook for operating income.
Nasdaq drops bid for NYSE on DOJ's antitrust move
Nasdaq and IntercontinentalExchange on Monday withdrew their joint $11 billion bid for the parent of the New York Stock Exchange...
Economists see slower US economic growth in 2011
US economic growth is expected to be slower than previously thought due to rising commodity prices, a tepid housing market and financial headwinds, according to a survey released by the National Association for Business Economics on Monday.
US businesses reluctant to open in Mexico
Dozens of Mattel Inc. employees were on their way to another day of work making Power Wheels in Mexico's industrial heartland...
Facebook-Google rivalry intensifies
Facebook hired a prominent PR firm trying to plant stories harshly criticizing Google's privacy practices.
US jobless claims fall 44,000 in latest week
US claims for unemployment aid fell sharply last week after a surprisingly big rise the prior week, a government report showed on Thursday.
AT&T deal for T-Mobile under scrutiny
AT&T has touted fewer dropped calls and faster data speeds to entice consumer and policymaker support for its $39 billion bid to acquire T-Mobile.
Disney's rare revenue miss hurts shares
Walt Disney Co reported a rare results miss after "Mars Needs Moms" capped a disappointing quarter at the US box office, sending its shares down 3 percent.
Skype's owners set to make $5b: source
Skype's owners, led by private equity firm Silver Lake , are set to earn more than three times their investment, for a total capital gain of more than $5 billion, on the sale of Skype to Microsoft Corp.
LinkedIn to sell shares for $32 to $35 each in IPO
Professional networking website LinkedIn Corp. plans to sell shares to investors for $32 to $35 each in an initial public offering, one of the first for a major US social networking site.
Microsoft says to buy Skype for $8.5 billion
Buying Skype would give Microsoft a potentially valuable communications tool.
Microsoft close to deal for Skype: source
Microsoft Corp is close to buying web video conferencing service Skype Technologies for $8.5 billion including debt.