A request by South Korean prosecutors to arrest Lee Jae-yong, the vice chairman and de facto leader of Samsung Electronics, has added to the troubles for the country's most valuable company.
If Walmart is going to better compete with Amazon, its stores are going to have to become a real advantage -- not unwanted baggage. That was the unspoken message behind an executive shuffle.
Two years after guiding the company through an unprecedented email hack, Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton is leaving to become the chairman of the board for Snap Inc.
Ride-hailing service Lyft, the perennial runner-up to Uber, is on track to be profitable by next year. Are its narrowing losses evidence that the ride-hailing business will succeed at its current size?
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