Perry Ellis to Go Private in $437 Million Deal
Perry Ellis International agreed to go private in a deal valued at $437 million, four months after founder George Feldenkreis made a bid for the...
Why Media Deal Making Could Free CBS From Viacom
Viacom may have given up on CBS and now that media deals are in the air, CBS could get bought by another company, leaving Viacom all alone.
Attention, Amazon Prime Members: You're in Luck at Whole Foods
One year after Amazon.com bought Whole Foods, the e-commerce giant is offering Prime members discounts and perks at the grocery store, in an effort...
Two Former Roadrunner Executives Charged Over Accounting
Federal prosecutors filed charges in an indictment unsealed Friday against two former executives at trucking company Roadrunner Transportation...
Chip Makers: We'll End Up Paying Tariffs on Our Own Goods
The U.S. semiconductor industry bristled at President Donald Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on about $50 billion of Chinese goods, arguing they...
Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes and Her Ex-No. 2 Charged With Defrauding Investors
Federal prosecutors filed criminal charges against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and Ramesh Balwani, the blood-testing company’s former No. 2...
National Enquirer Publisher Adds to Its Celebrity Gossip Collection
American Media, the dominant publisher of celebrity gossips publications sold mainly at supermarket checkout lines, agreed to buy three more—In...
Apple Lands Oprah Winfrey for Video Service
Apple has formed a production partnership with Oprah Winfrey to make programs for the new subscription video service it is creating.
Fresh Off Time Warner Deal, AT&T Plans Aggressive Content Strategy
One day after closing on its $81 billion deal for Time Warner, AT&T says it will be aggressive in acquiring content and building new ways to reach...
Union Looks to Block New Trump Rule on Federal Workers
The largest federal-workers union is attempting to block President Trump from enforcing one of three executive orders issued in an effort to...
UPS's $20 Billion Problem: Operations Stuck in the 20th Century
As the package giant tries to satisfy America’s 21st-century shopping-and-shipping mania, it must update a delivery network whose processes...
Americans' Love Affair With Huge Vehicles Collides With Tiny Parking Spaces
U.S. drivers love their big cars more than ever, but there is a problem. They don’t fit into the pee-wee parking spots common in many parking garages.