NEW YORK - A former Goldman Sachs Group Inc computer programmer charged with stealing code from the investment bank is scheduled to go on trial on Wednesday, the second time in five years he will be in front of a jury for essentially the same accusations.
Tue, Mar 31 2015
- Online retailer Amazon.com Inc has launched a hardware that allows its Prime members to order a product by pushing a button.
- Web hosting company GoDaddy Inc has priced its initial public offering at $20 per share, above its previously indicated $17 to $19 per share range, valuing it at around $4.5 billion (£3 billion), including debt, according to underwriting sources.
DETROIT - Honda Motor Co has joined Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz in testing self-driving vehicles and technologies on private roads at a former U.S. naval facility outside San Francisco, the Japanese automaker said Tuesday.
BRUSSELS - European Union antitrust regulators have resumed their scrutiny of French telecoms operator Orange's offer for Spanish peer Jazztel, with a decision whether to clear the 3.4-billion-euro (2.5 billion pounds) deal expected by June 1.
PARIS/MILAN - Italian online fashion retailer Yoox has agreed to buy Net-a-Porter, its upmarket rival, in an all-share deal that creates an industry leader in the booming online luxury market, with combined sales of 1.3 billion euros (1 billion pounds).
MUMBAI - Shares in India's HCL Technologies fell more than 4.1 percent on Wednesday, heading towards its steepest daily fall since October 2014, after the company said a stronger dollar would hurt its January-March revenue by 280 basis points.
- Etsy Inc, which operates a website that sells handmade goods and craft supplies, said its initial public offering was expected to be priced at $14-$16 per share.
- YouTube pioneer Michelle Phan, who built a business empire around her popular makeup tutorials, on Tuesday debuted a global online network devoted to beauty, fashion and lifestyle that features original series by her and other creators.
PARIS - The Paris appeals court has delayed a decision on whether to ban Uber's unlicensed UberPOP service while it awaits the result of the U.S. company's constitutional challenge of a new French law on taxis and chauffeured cars.