SoftBank said it agreed to take a majority stake in WeWork after securing a deal that could hand co-founder Adam Neumann a nearly $1.7 billion windfall and sever most of his ties with the startup.
Biogen plans to seek regulatory approval for an Alzheimer's drug that had been considered a lost cause after the company terminated late-stage studies.
Boeing replaced the head of its jetliner business as it struggles to shore up confidence in the firm's handling of the 737 MAX crisis.
Nike said Parker will step aside as CEO and be replaced by technology industry veteran Donahoe, who is a member of its board.
Under Armour's Plank is relinquishing the CEO post. He will be succeeded by operating chief Frisk.
An alleged global insider-trading scheme has ensnared bankers, securities traders and others in a wide-ranging federal investigation.
P&G said sales rose across all of its business lines as consumers continued to pay higher prices for household goods.
Snap reported another quarterly increase in users and revenue, and the company's loss narrowed.
U.S. stocks ended lower, with the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq losing 0.1%, 0.4%, and 0.7%, respectively.
McDonald's needed promotions and price increases to help boost sales in the third quarter, as it works to lure more customers.