Keeping eBay and PayPal together beyond 2015 "clearly becomes less advantageous to each business," says eBay CEO John Donahoe.
The European Commission is also investigating tax breaks allegedly granted to Starbucks in the Netherlands.
A consolidated audit trail of all stock and options trading activity was first proposed after the May 2010 Flash Crash.
The bug, "Shellshock," could "wreak havoc" with operating systems, says one expert.
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."
SEC orders Saba's former CEO to reimburse the company for incentive awards and bonuses he received during the time the fraud was occurring.
As treasurers' security concerns over corporate mobile banking diminish, banks are found lagging behind in their product rollouts.
An article in HBR Blog Networks offers several tips on how to collect personal information from your staff without being unduly intrusive.
Sharing sensitive financial data in a secure manner is an increasingly thorny challenge.