The deal does not involve a direct competitor.
Broadcom was reportedly in talks to buy SAS Institute, but the latter’s CEO just said it isn’t for sale
A day after reports that Broadcom was in talks to buy North Carolina's SAS Institute, the latter's CEO told employees a deal isn’t happening.
As a cadet, he helped change The Citadel. Now, Qurate’s new CEO will lead the transformation of HSN and QVC.
David Rawlinson was the cadet put in charge of integration when the U.S. Supreme Court ordered the South Carolina military college to begin admitting women. He is now charged with leading HSN's parent company at a time of major social and industry chan...
Financial services firm ranks No. 58 on 2021 Fortune 500.
The deal gives New York City-based Finn, which has almost 800 employees across 20 offices, a foothold in the growing Seattle and Denver markets.
Comcast Corp. is rolling out an array of new features intended to provide subscribers with an improved Olympic viewing experience throughout the Tokyo Games.
For the two NBA franchises of the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns, the wait to return to the NBA Finals has been long. Fan bases have ebbed and flowed over the years, but in 2021, both have capitalized on the success of a strong postseason and the abi...
Mo Zell creates opportunities for students to work beyond the classroom and in the offices of architecture firms across the world, storefronts in evolving Milwaukee neighborhoods and area museums.
California State University Sacramento has officially taken control of a 300-acre piece of Placer County land that could give rise to the university’s long-planned new campus and form the center of a new master plan project north of Roseville.
A Ballwin-based manufacturer of specialty food packaging added the newly created role of chief information officer to support its strategic plan and continued growth.
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The pandemic refocused the nation’s attention on the risks associated with over-reliance on overseas markets for critical supplies, drugs, and equipment.