The Spanish-language broadcaster, which owns the networks Univision and Galavisión, did not say how many shares it intended to sell in the offering.
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The lender said that it would no longer provide certain services to most of its clients outside those countries, and that it would refer them to the French bank BNP Paribas.
Yahoo is turning to the world’s dominant provider of web searches to power some of its own search results. The tests could lead to a deeper relationship between the two companies, whose previous efforts to cooperate on search were blocked by antitrust regulators.
PayPal, the online payments company weeks away from an expected spinoff from eBay, will end up paying about $890 million for Xoom.
Critics of bonuses say that they create incentives for executives to cash out quickly, regardless of whether their companies falter later.
Google apologized after a user posted a photo on Twitter showing that the Google Photos app had labeled black people as “gorillas.”
The insurers hope to cross-sell each other’s products, but extra revenue and savings don’t always materialize as planned.
The move against a sale to Electrolux is the latest sign of tougher antitrust scrutiny in Washington.
The convoluted tale of what happened to 4,000 Franklin Resources shares has led to a lawsuit with conflicting narratives and accusations of extortion.
The firm wants to be known as a “platform for professional learning,” reflecting an effort to recruit customers beyond Wall Street.
Fledgling companies are increasingly delaying initial public offerings of stock, which can keep the risks — and rewards — limited to venture capitalists and hedge funds.