Unilever Pleads Guilty to Pollution, Takes $4.5 Million Hit
Unilever admitted to polluting a Connecticut waterway and will pay a $1 million fine and donate $3.5 million environmental programs.
BlackBerry Is Falling Apart. Who Will Buy the Pieces?
As BlackBerry finds it can't sell its product, is it worth more to investors on the scrap pile?
Bank of America to Pay $2.2 Million in Racial Discrimination Case
In a 20-year-old case, a judge rules that Bank of America discriminated against African-American job seekers and will have to pay them $2.2 million in compensation.
Microsoft to Pay Lion's Share of Elop's $25.5 Million Nokia Termination Package
Some speculate Elop is in line to be Microsoft's next CEO.
Can the Sheer Number of Coming Windows Tablets Bury the iPad?
There are at least 11 Windows tablet computers coming out this fall. Will that undercut iPad sales?
AT&T Rumored to Sell Assets to Raise Cash
AT&T is said to contemplate selling its wireless towers to raise cash for its ambitious plans.
Cisco, Western Digital Deals Throw Spotlight on Fusion-io
Two recent acquisition proposals for solid-state storage companies have made the prospects of a Fusion-io takeover more likely.
SAIC Wins Marine Corps Contract
SAIC wins a logistical support contract with the Marine Corps.
Ballmer Says Move Is in "Best Interests of Company I Love"
Microsoft will be looking for a new CEO as Steve Ballmer announces upcoming retirement.
Central European Media CEO Resigns
Adrian Sarbu will receive $5.4 million severance payment and CME may invest $3 million in his new content business.
Office Depot Comes to Terms With Largest Shareholder
Office Depot and its largest shareholder, Starboard Value, finally come to agreement over the makeup of the Office Depot board of directors.
Caterpillar Playing Musical Chairs With Vice Presidents
Caterpillar is making a rash of changes in its division leadership posts, as three long-time vice presidents elect to retire.
Netflix Signs Up With The Weinstein Co.
Starting in 2016, Netflix will be able to offer first-run U.S. movies from The Weinstein Co., which is known for movies including "Lee Daniels' The Butler" and "The King's Speech."
Allegiant Adds 18 Nonstop, Low-Cost Routes
Airline Allegiant has added 10 cites -- including New York City -- and 18 routes to its low-cost, nonstop network.
KKR Jumps Into the Maritime Finance Waters
Investment firm KKR has formed a company to specialize in financing maritime assets, filling a void it says is caused by "current dislocation in the European banking sector."
Falcone to Be Barred From Hedge Fund Industry in SEC Settlement
The SEC settles with Philip Falcone and his Harbinger Capital hedge fund for their "serious misconduct."
InterOil Still Talking With ExxonMobil in Papua New Guinea
The two companies are aiming to work together in developing natural gas reserves on the island nation.
Statoil Sells Minority Stakes in North Sea Fields While Exiting the Shetlands
Statoil is raising capital by selling off some interests in its offshore Norwegian fields and by getting out of expensive development west of the Shetland Islands.
Canadian Solar to Offer Up to $50 Million Worth of Shares
Canadian Solar plans to raise up to $50 million by selling common shares as needed.
Procter & Gamble Recalls Pet Foods With Salmonella Risk
Procter & Gamble is voluntarily recalling certain pet foods sold under the Eukanuba and Iams brands that may be contaminated with Salmonella.