Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's Partner and 'Abominable No-Man,' Dies at 99
As Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman, his sharp wit dazzled generations of investors.
Apple Pulls Plug on Goldman Credit-Card Partnership
Tech giant proposed exiting contract in about 12-to-15 months.
HP Enterprise's Earnings Edge Past Estimates, Driven by AI
The company is benefiting from its high-performance-computing and AI segment.
Intuit's Earnings Beat Estimates. Revenue Was Strong.
The provider of tax and accounting software reported revenue growth of 15%, compared with the 10% to 11% management had predicted.
FDA Looking Into CAR T Therapies on Cancer Risk
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating certain CAR T cancer therapies based on reports that they might cause a type of white blood cell to become cancerous in patients who received the treatment.
Disney's Bob Iger Plays Down Asset Sales
Disney CEO Bob Iger told employees that the task he faced after returning to the company a year ago was harder than expected, and he played down his previous comments suggesting major asset sales were on the table.
Micron Stock Is Falling After Chip Maker Raised Guidance. Here's Why.
Memory-chip maker Micron Technology is seeing shares fall. Investors likely had higher expectations for increased guidance.
Hawaiian Electric Refocuses Grid Plan on Wildfire Risk
Utility says it was more concerned with other natural disasters before deadly Lahaina blaze.
U.K. Ruling Finds Adobe's $20 Billion Purchase of Figma Would Harm Innovation
The U.K. Competition and Markets Authority provisionally found Adobe's planned $20 billion acquisition of collaboration-software company Figma would likely harm innovation for software used by the vast majority of U.K. digital designers.
Textron to Cut 2% of Workforce in Restructuring
Textron will cut about 2% of its global workforce as part of a restructuring plan, with layoffs concentrated in its Industrial, Bell and Textron Systems segments.
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