Electronic Arts Inc., the second- largest U.S. video-game maker, fell the most in three weeks after technical problems with its recently released “Battlefield 4” raised concerns about the title’s future.
Oracle Corp. asked a U.S. appeals court today to let it pursue claims Google Inc. owes it more than $1 billion for building its Android operating system, the most popular platform for mobile phones, using copied code.
OncoMed Pharmaceuticals Inc., a drug developer that first sold shares to the public in July, almost doubled in trading after signing a $177.25 million agreement with Celgene Corp. on as many as six potential cancer medicines.
In more than two decades as a publicly-traded company, Spherix Inc. developed diabetes treatments, marketed a low-calorie sweetener and handled campground reservations. Now it’s dealing in something completely different: patents.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association sued Electronic Arts Inc., saying the video-game maker hasn’t agreed to indemnify the NCAA for legal claims by college athletes and hasn’t maintained insurance to do so.