The threat of Apple's next move looms large over streaming-media pioneer Roku. Not that it's worried. More Ari Shavit offers an unvarnished but optimistic assessment of his homeland. More Spanish citizens angered by austerity measures have begun to support third-party political movements like Procés Constituent. Some have even called for separation from Spain. More Will tapering be a "sell the news" moment for 10-year yields? The pundits don't seem to agree. More In six hours Thursday, the counter on this website grew by 14,500. More In four years, Kabam went from San Francisco startup to major global player. (Must have been something in the dumplings.) More The outgoing shares a few principles that have guided him over his 13 years leading the tech giant. More Out of the 13% of ChangeWave members who plan to buy a tablet, 72% plan to buy an iPad. More Once the purveyor of outmoded, overweight, and gas hungry off-road vehicles, Land Rover has put its luxury SUVs on a diet and is now cool again. More The former Guns N' Roses guitarist's new game takes the "useless" skill of Guitar Hero and turns it into a way to learn guitar.
The nature of the investment banking business today makes JPMorgan's hiring actions in China almost inevitable. More Unacceptable? Sure. By how much, though? More If Microsoft ends up giving away its mobile operating systems, it will be playing catch-up with Google's dominant Android OS. More There is more than one way banks can run afoul of regulators. More Snapchat raises $50 million in Series C funding. More Today's young women are the first in modern history to start their careers making nearly as much as men, but they have a pretty dim view of their prospects. More Groupon goes medieval on Amazon. More The NBA's new statistics page is too detailed for casual fans. So why invest in such flashy tech? Because it's the future. More Andrew Flett has left Investcorp Technology Partners after 15 years with the private equity firm. More Uncertainty over Obamacare has caused an overly aggressive selloff in health-related real estate stocks. More Author Stephen M.R. Covey tells Gazelles CEO Verne Harnish that companies need to signal their intentions in order to win the trust of their customers. Play Every organization has its unwritten rules, but there are some generally accepted ways to handle yourself at work, no matter your job. Here are a few major transgressions. More Retailing is abuzz over the coffee giant's Venti push into supermarkets. More Viral hit app QuizUp wasn't always flying so high. Two years ago, its founder was nearly bankrupt. More Legendary bond investor Bill Gross of Pimco shares his thoughts on the future. More A sampling of the "cons" in 717 Apple employee reviews. More The son of Chinese immigrants from Seattle, Ed Lee became San Francisco's first Chinese-American mayor -- along the way exhibiting a remarkably quiet strength to bring people together. More Arlyn Davich and her brother Eric were music majors who never took an economics course. Yet, in founding their own companies, they've followed a common route to take them toward very different goals. More Naming a woman with great smarts, skill, and toughness to lead General Motors sends a powerful message to the auto world and beyond. More Former TOMS president Laurent Potdevin is ready to slip off his shoes and get to work. More You would think that the trades that busted MF Global and Long-Term Capital Management would be barred under Volcker. Think again. More Asymco's Horace Dediu now expects U.S. smartphone penetration to hit 90% by Dec. 2016. More General Motors' designated CEO will run the largest woman-led Fortune 500 company. More So far, emerging markets investors have shrugged off protests in the Ukraine and Thailand, but they do so at their own peril. More The yoga retailer announced today that TOMS president Laurent Potdevin will become chief in January, and founder Chip Wilson will step down from his role as chairman in the Spring. More In Piper Jaffray's test of 800 voice queries, Google Now gets the award for most improved. More Just in time for the holidays, the U.S. chipmaker plans to give its networking code to the open-source community. More There's one cardinal rule for holiday parties: celebrate in moderation. But why leave it at that? Here's the sage advice we have received so far. More The most valuable trait may be absolute fearlessness in acknowledging what you and your team lack. It's present -- and rare -- at every age. More The policy will replace a Galaxy S4 that caught fire, but only in return for the owner's silence More Can the tech industry find a way to make money moving goods? The clock is ticking. More Coin, Square and other next-generation payment technologies have credit card companies excited -- and scrambling. More John Tu didn't know much about storage when he started Kingston Technology. But he knew how to sell it. More Goldman has traditionally made more of its money trading than other Wall Street firms, putting the bank at particular risk depending on how the rule is structured. More In courtroom battles against the room-rental service, elected officials find themselves facing a surprising opponent: the people. More American Infrastructure MLP Fund busts through its target. More London private equity investor Alex King leaving HgCapital. More Simulating real-world scenarios, and talking about what went wrong, can vastly improve performance. More Studies call their effectiveness into question; now an FDA recall looms. More CEOs reveal what makes an engineer attractive to employers.
You're going to like this interview with Men's Wearhouse founder George Zimmer. We guarantee it. More Verizon bulks up its content delivery business with Edgecast purchase. More The SoMa-based startup, backed by ex-Pixar execs, beefs up its three-month-old interactive app. More Clinkle still wants to kill Square. But first it needs to get its own house in order. More The stock and bond markets have been moving in the same direction lately, and that has some worried. More It has been nearly one year since Cerberus pledged to sell Freedom Group, in the aftermath of the Newtown killings. So why does it still own America's largest gun maker? More It's well known that we are a game-obsessed culture. But Adam Penenberg's 'Play At Work: How Games Inspire Breakthrough Thinking' reveals how big companies are increasingly using the technology to gain a competitive edge. More The giant retailer is pushing online and mobile sales. Will the latest cyberpush help America's biggest company reach its e-commerce ambitions? More Author Ram Charan tells Gazelles CEO Verne Harnish that businesses need to speed up their execution to remain successful. Play Seasonal assaults, perpetrated by a small minority of settlers, have become a perennial problem for Palestinian farmers. More By Dec. 4, the iPhone 5S was available in all 60 U.S. stores surveyed by Piper Jaffray. More Carrie Banahan is running the only state-based health care exchange in the South -- and, by the way, it's a success. More China Mobile tells WSJ pre-orders start this week. But why has the carrier's website since dropped any mention of Apple's smartphones? More Environmentalists are traditional allies of the Dems. But party leaders who support hydraulic fracturing are in the green movement's cross hairs. More The man who may well be South Africa's first black President says his once militant African National Congress is eager for sanctions to end and for Western companies to come back. More Held to 5 pages by Judge Cote, one critic blasted the DOJ with pictures worth 5,000 words. More Despite his flaws, and perhaps because of them, we find there is much more to consider about the late Nelson Mandela's development as a leader. More As Dow Chemical rethinks its identity, it should consider: A name change is sometimes more trouble than it's worth. More It's great news for Main Street. Will it be just as good for Wall Street? More It appears unlikely that Comcast would be able to acquire all of Time Warner Cable. If it makes a bid at all, it would more likely be for just part of the company, with Charter Communications getting the rest. More The British billionaire reflects on his friendship -- and his business relationship -- with the South African leader. More The Instagram exec has always been drawn to a challenge. Snapchat just happens to be the newest one on her list. More GM's decision to stop selling Chevrolet vehicles in western Europe suggests the automaker hasn't yet devised a credible strategy for stemming the rush of red ink in the region. More Warns that the technology can be used to spy on -- and record -- your private activities. More "We're kind of a square peg in a round hole." More The Sand Hill Road stalwart closes its eighth fund. More Nobel Prize-winning economist Eugene Fama gave investors a golden rule. Then he found exceptions that can make you money. More One app's downtime is another's opportunity. More For Obamacare to work, the government would need to either raise the penalty substantially or make the health plans more appealing to young people. More Author Kaihan Krippendorff tells Gazelles CEO Verne Harnish that strategic thinking needs to be an ongoing process for businesses. Play Companies are taking non-compete agreements to a whole new level, asking employees to sign away the rights to all their ideas -- past, present, and future. More Sony's Gran Turismo racing franchise celebrates its 15th anniversary with sales of 70 million copies and revenue of over $2.5 billion, but is ignoring the PS4 (for now). More How one startup hopes to reinvent the act of gift-giving. More Can a three-hour train trip across the Irish countryside turn you into a VC darling? There are worse ways to find out. More News Corp's Wall Street Journal calls for Judge Denise Cote's ouster. More