The old joint-employer standard was 'increasingly out of step with changing economic circumstances,' said the NLRB.
'We found that Americans are practically addicted to email,' says Adobe.
The size of the upward revision surprised economists and suggests the U.S. economy had some momentum entering the third quarter.
Since J&J introduced it in 1999, Splenda has reached $300 million in annual sales.
The transaction is the medical device maker's largest this year.
The new CFO of Interactive Intelligence Group will try to balance on-premises software against the priority of a cloud solution.
Hotel chains are thriving, for now, thanks to innovation and a bit of luck.
The e-commerce giant had sales of $3.26 billion in the second quarter but the numbers suggest it is "coming back to Earth."
Fleetmatics' CFO aims to build awareness of vehicle-tracking technology within a big accessible market.
The computer security company bought Veritas, a storage software firm, in 2005 for $13.5 billion.