No matter what it's called, the next version of the famed operating system will have to be better at meeting the needs of business.
Reports of fraud hit an all-time high in 2013, while retaliation against whistleblowers also increased, says a compliance hotline provider.
Invoking the writings of Peter Drucker, a Strategy& consultant says management reform is what's really needed.
Wall Street believes increases in short-term interest rates will be more gradual than Federal Reserve officials are projecting.
Controversial audio tapes of a New York Fed meeting lead Elizabeth Warren to call for a Congressional investigation.
A new study shows that women made up almost 30% of new board nominees at S&P 500 firms this year.
Business investment and exports fueled 4.6% annualized growth in GDP, the U.S. economy's best performance since 2011.
This deal is part of Intel's attempt to make inroads into a mobile market dominated by rivals.
The Department of Homeland Security warns there has been a rise in "computer network exploitation and disruption by disgruntled or former employees."
Western sanctions targeting Russia's energy sector could force Rosneft to withdraw from buying Morgan Stanley's oil trading unit.