Facebook Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg’s 2014 compensation shrank slightly to $15.5 million after she was awarded fewer restricted stock units.
Zelectric Motors CEO David Benardo is converting vintage mid-century Volkswagen Beetles to electric power, resulting in eco-friendly, energy-efficient classic cars.
Box’s two founders paid a steep price in return for venture-capital infusions the cloud software firm got on the way to an IPO.
Starbucks said late Friday it was working to put cash registers back in service in its company-operated stores after a broad outage in the U.S. and Canada.
Working parents who mix with young colleagues may hesitate to reveal they have teenagers.
Refrigerators want to come to the rescue with new technology to keep produce fresher longer.
Advances in technology are making it possible for robots to handle harvesting and other tasks in the fresh-produce industry.
Amazon’s AWS segment is faster-growing and more profitable than its retail business. But it needs to get much bigger to tip the profitability scales.
Microsoft’s quarterly financial results outdid its low expectations, giving CEO Satya Nadella breathing room to invest in new businesses without worrying about second guesses from investors.
A former Lehman Brothers star trader secretly recorded several conversations that he says prove Lehman owes him more than $83 million in bonuses for his work done mostly in 2008, even though he received a similar amount when Barclays bought Lehman.
The Brazilian oil major’s mammoth write off doesn’t address bigger challenges around its debt burden.
Lessons from the bursting of the tech-stock bubble in 2000 linger for investors when it comes to being mindful of valuations and the risks of chasing hot markets. Just ask fund manager Paul Meeks.
Petrobras finally put a price tag on the impact of a corruption scandal, writing off $2.1 billion due to alleged graft, in addition to a $14.8 billion asset-impairment charge.
American Airlines Group Inc. Chief Executive Doug Parker is adopting a new compensation plan that puts him in the small club of executives who don’t take salaries at all.
The Pentagon plans to open its first office in Silicon Valley and provide venture capital in an effort to tap commercial technology that can be used to develop more advanced weapons and intelligence systems.