LinkedIn reported strong third-quarter revenue growth across its three main businesses, helping the professional social network post a smaller-than-expected loss.
Brazilian state-run oil company Petróleo Brasileiro named on Thursday two law firms aiding the company’s internal corruption investigation, including Los Angeles firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.
With its console game business facing growing challenges, Nintendo said it was adding a new business line, health care, starting with a service next year that tracks users’ sleeping patterns.
Founders of political wagering site Intrade are back with a new forum for electoral prognosticating, minus one big thing: the wagering.
Sony named Senior Vice President Hiroki Totoki as the new head of its mobile division, the electronics giant’s latest move to prop up its struggling smartphone business.
The erosion of Samsung’s and Apple’s dominance of the global smartphone market accelerated during the third quarter, as Chinese makers of low-cost phones continued to undercut the industry leaders, according to data from three market-share trackers.
Steady growth in digital games has helped EA steady its results. But big hits still are needed to justify its stock price.
Bill Gross, CEO of Idealab, speaks with WSJ's Doug MacMillan WSJ.D Live conference in Laguna Beach, Calif., to talk about the power of startups.
The U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office has opened a criminal investigation into accounting practices at Tesco, the latest twist in a scandal that has rocked the supermarket giant.
Voiceitt, an Israeli startup developing voice-translation technology for the disabled, was picked as the audience favorite at a startup showcase at WSJD Live.
Bankers still feeling the buzz of Alibaba’s blockbuster listing have been casting around for the next big tech deal out of China. If the appetite by creditors to lend to Xiaomi is anything to go by, this smartphone maker could be it.
Google’s YouTube is considering offering paid, advertisement-free subscriptions as it seeks to generate more revenue and profit from the world’s largest online video website.
Facebook’s headline results beat expectations, but at this price it needs perfection—which wasn’t evident in revenue and spending targets.
Major credit-ratings firms are looking to Brazil’s newly re-elected President Dilma Rousseff to adjust her administration’s policies to preserve the nation’s investment-grade rating.
Volcafe, a unit of commodities trade house ED&F Man Holdings Ltd., has signed an agreement to create a joint venture with China’s Simao Arabicasm Coffee Company to buy and sell coffee beans grown in the southern Yunnan province.