Large companies, from Apple to Gap, have led the way in criticizing the new wave of ‘religious freedom’ laws as sanctioning anti-gay discrimination.

The controversial platform signed two new players today, and as it grows, it may be converting skeptics.

Separately, Comcast, the largest U.S. cable operator, said Tuesday it will form a company to invest in growth-oriented companies.

The venture capital firm has invested in Spruce, a mobile app that lets people remotely connect with their doctors.

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Offer would come one month after New York media and real estate magnate Mortimer Zuckerman said he was considering selling the newspaper.

Costs for U.S. taxpayers caught using Swiss banks to hide assets set to double after landmark ruling.

Lynn Tilton is one of a number of managers of collaterlized loan obligations, which is a type of structured investment vehicle that is growing but also facing new scrutiny from the SEC.