EU’s antitrust ‘war’ on Google and Facebook uses abandoned American playbook

The casual observer could be forgiven for thinking that European antitrust regulators have declared war.

Liberty Media Eyeing Univision

The rise of Spanish language media in the United States has been only one consequence of.

IBM’s Revenue Declines for Twenty-First Consecutive Quarter

IBM once again underwhelmed its investors when it reported yesterday that second quarter revenue declined.

United Airlines Posts Improved Results, Guides Unit Passenger Revenue Lower

Shares of United Continental Holdings declined by almost six percent on Wednesday, despite telling investors.

Discovery and Scripps Contemplate Tie-Up

As the cable television industry battles declining subscribers from the advent of streaming services and consumers.

Bank of America Rounds Out Earnings Reports for America’s Mega-Banks

With Bank of America’s earnings release this morning, the four largest American banks have reported.

Buffett’s Oncor Bid Fits Berkshire’s New Playbook

There once was a time when the investment success of individuals like Warren Buffett was.

Fairfax Financial’s Evolution to Global Player

Markel Financial, a specialty underwriter of trucking insurance in Canada, looked as though it may.

Berkshire Hathaway Takes Substantial Stake in Canada’s Home Capital Group

Home Capital Group, the largest unsecured mortgage lender in Canada, has agreed to an investment.

Sears Canada to File for Bankruptcy

The woes befalling American department store owners are also punishing their Canadian counterparts. In one.