Mike Cagney lost his job as chief executive of Social Finance after a board investigation into sexual misconduct. Some of those board members have since funded his next venture.
The performance of social media companies depends on avoiding scandals and protecting users. Will investors come to see that?
In Europe, plants created with gene-editing technologies will be stringently regulated as G.M.O.’s. But older crops whose DNA has been altered will be left alone.
The independent Concord Music bought the catalog of the New York salsa label that defined the genre in the 1960s and ’70s in a deal estimated at $30 million.
How the country’s largest lobbyist for the pharmaceutical industry is using “dark money” to support an advocacy group’s efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
The company’s board of directors said it would start an investigation after a report that a forthcoming New Yorker article would detail allegations of sexual misconduct against Mr. Moonves.
The causes of the 2008 crisis remain contentious. A new book says the Federal Reserve made a big mistake when it didn’t rescue Lehman Brothers.
The agreement to buy a vast portfolio of BHP Billiton’s oil and gas portfolio is a signal the company’s management believes the financial costs of the 2010 oil spill have been paid.
A smaller number of companies control of a greater portion of TV shows and films, potentially altering where — and how — we see our favorite series, movies or actors.
The votes brought to a close a six-month battle waged across two continents by Disney and Comcast for supremacy in the media business.