Hydro One's Board, CEO Leave Under Deal With Province of Ontario
Hydro One Ltd.'s Chief Executive Mayo Schmidt retired Wednesday, and the Canadian utility company's directors agreed to also resign under a deal with the Province of Ontario, the company's largest shareholder.
Facebook Gives Researchers 'Full Access' for Election Studies
Facebook will give a group of academics "full access" to data on its 2.2 billion users to identify areas of research about the effects of social media on elections and democracy.
Broadcom Agrees to Buy CA Technologies for $18.9 Billion
Broadcom struck a deal to buy software company CA Technologies for nearly $19 billion, a surprise move that takes the chip-making giant in a new direction.
ZTE Poised to Resume Business With U.S. Suppliers
Chinese telecom ZTE was poised to resume business with its U.S. suppliers as the last major hurdle of the deal President Trump made to save the firm had been cleared.
Uber Cuts More Test Drivers in Its Robot Car Operation
Uber Technologies is cutting more than 100 test-driver jobs from its autonomous vehicle program in Pittsburgh and San Francisco months after a fatal crash involving one of the robot cars.
Danske Bank Compliance Chief Steps Down Amid Scandal
The head of compliance for Denmark's largest bank said he will resign as the bank continues to confront a money-laundering scandal in Estonia.
Rio Tinto Confident Trade Jolts Won't Rub Shine Off Rare Diamonds
Rio Tinto PLC expects the high-end colored diamonds its sells from an Australian mine to sidestep the volatility facing broader commodity markets as a trade battle intensifies.
Papa John's Founder Resigns as Chairman After Using Racial Slur
Papa John's International said its independent directors have accepted the resignation of John Schnatter as board chairman, after a report that he used a racial slur in a conference call.
Papa John's Founder Fumbles the Ball Again
Papa John's needs to distance itself from its controversial former CEO and largest shareholder.
Twitter Follower Numbers to Drop as It Removed Locked Accounts
Twitter is subtracting some accounts it has flagged for suspicious activity from the follower numbers of its users, part of the social-media company's efforts to clamp down on abusive activity.