Sept 18 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal . Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Sept 17 (Reuters) - Discovery Communications Inc is seeking a controlling interest in The Hub, reducing partner and toymaker Hasbro Inc's share of the children's cable TV network, the Wall Street...
stream of positive reviews for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. WSJ ’s Geoffrey Fowler : “Apple has successfully addressed its ..... apps do more." Re/Code’s Walt Mossberg , formerly the WSJ tech guru, on CNBC : "It's the best smartphone on the market
FRANKFURT, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Bayer plans to sell its plastics business with an estimated value of about 8 billion euros ($10.3 billion) as part of a shift away from chemicals towards pharmaceuticals and crop science, a German newspaper reported, citing informed sources.
Bayer ( OTCPK:BAYZF , OTCPK:BAYRY ) plans to separate its plastics business , WSJ reports, a move that would further its shift away from its roots in chemicals and toward life sciences. Bayer could announce
businesses that have made their shareholders wealthy over time. Google also is on that list. I read an article in the Wall Street Journal that referenced Google's initial prospectus (the filing that every company files with the SEC prior to listing
Monday, kicking off a week long roll-out into six European countries, including Germany, Belgium and Switzerland, reports WSJ . The success recipe in Europe includes different program lineups than the U.S. among many others, such as dubbed versions
attract a ton of attention to itself by buying out Minecraft for a staggering $2.5 billion figure. According to the Wall Street Journal , "last year the company earned about $90 million before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization on
is in talks to sell at least one-fifth of its 24.5% stake in Dolphin Energy to Abu Dhabi-owned Mubadala Development, WSJ reports. Qatar would need to approve the deal because Dolphin Energy's assets include upstream gas projects and a pipeline
exchange spot trading for State Street (NYSE: STT ) - hasn't been seen on the trading desk for two weeks, reports the WSJ (and mostly confirmed by the bank). Sources at the bank say he's been asked to stay out of the office amid an internal review