The automaker is still crunching numbers and figuring out the full financial ramifications of its diesel-related misdeeds.
Google has always been light-years ahead of its time, thanks to its unconventional co-founders. They're shaking things up, again.
Google talks about a wide range of topics during its annual meeting with shareholders, including self-driving cars and diversity issues. CEO Larry Page even takes a turn as a film critic.
Satoru Iwata is recovering from surgery to remove a tumor but is already handling some work while on the mend.
The Internet giant's chief executive, who celebrates her third anniversary as CEO in July, talks about where Yahoo is headed during today's shareholders meeting. The goal is to "build ourselves a future."
Chris Sacca offers detailed suggestions to improve Twitter prior to shareholders meeting. He also tells CNBC the microblogging site would be an "instant fit" for Google.
The company wants investors to simply discard any proxy card sent to them from Carl Icahn in advance of the annual meeting in May.
The company's second-annual stockholder gathering will feature an agenda of gripes and changes as suggested by shareholders.
A pre-summer gathering of stockholders will put Mark Zuckerberg and company in the hot seat.
The company's annual shareholders meeting kicks off tomorrow, but a high-profile item is no longer on the agenda.