Twitter Poised to Sell Bonds at Low Interest Rate
Twitter is poised to sell its first-ever conventional bonds at a lower interest rate than initially expected, a sign of robust demand from investors drawn to the social-media company's ample cash flow and solid credit ratings.
Slack Gets Ahead of the News
At least give Slack Technologies credit for not ignoring the elephant in the room. And Microsoft is an awfully big elephant.
Tiffany Dragged Down by Weak U.S. Demand
Tiffany reported flat quarterly sales as softness in the U.S. market offset growth in mainland China, highlighting the challenges LVMH faces once it takes over the famed American jeweler.
BlackRock Executive Ousted for Failing to Disclose Personal Relationship
Mark Wiseman, a potential heir to the top job at BlackRock, has been ousted from the money-management giant for failing to disclose a relationship with a colleague.
Aramco Valued at $1.7 Trillion in World's Biggest IPO
Saudi Aramco priced its initial public offering Thursday at the high end of the targeted range to give the oil giant a total value of $1.7 trillion in the world's biggest-ever IPO.
Moncler Downplays Reports of M&A Talks With Kering as Shares Soar
Moncler's main shareholder and chief executive Remo Ruffini threw cold water on reports that the company has held exploratory talks with French luxury-goods conglomerate Kering over a possible deal.
Glencore Faces Bribery Probe
Britain's top financial cop said it is investigating Glencore for alleged bribery, sending shares of the mining and trading giant down almost 9%.
Sage Therapeutics Shares Plummet on Depression-Treatment Study Results
Sage Therapeutics' share price was cut in half, erasing more than $4 billion in market value, after the company said an experimental depression drug failed a Phase 3 trial.
United Airlines CEO to Step Down
United Airlines said Chief Executive Officer Oscar Munoz will become executive chairman in May, with President Scott Kirby taking the CEO post.
Fiat Chrysler Is Told to Pay $1.6 Billion in Italian Back Taxes
Italy is demanding unpaid taxes from Fiat Chrysler, in another hit to the car maker as it tries to complete its merger with Peugeot maker PSA Group while defending itself against a lawsuit from GM.
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December 05, 2019 15:15 ET (20:15 GMT)
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