Twitter is planning to lay off 9 percent of its global workforce, as the ailing San Francisco tech giant struggles to please Wall Street despite beating earnings expectations.
WASHINGTON - Fewer Americans sought unemployment aid last week, a sign that businesses are holding onto their workers and hiring is likely solid.
Tesla is hosting an event this coming Friday in L.A., and it's doing so in tandem with SolarCity. This will be a sort of preview of what we can expect from the companies once they combine into one under the Tesla umbrella, which should happen soon ...
Qualcomm Inc. QCOM 3.96 % agreed to buy NXP Semiconductors NXPI 1.72 % NV for $39 billion, adding the top supplier of automotive chips to the San Diego company best known for designing smartphone chips.
Dow Chemical's profit beat analysts' estimates for the 12th straight quarter as the company gained from its focus on consumer markets such as automotive and electronics.