Mellanox Technologies Ltd., the Israeli software developer down 52 percent from last year’s peak, is gaining on speculation shareholders will endorse splitting the chairman and chief executive roles to bolster confidence in the company’s earnings forecasts.
The America’s Cup yachting races will proceed as scheduled while officials await findings from a committee reviewing last week’s death of British sailor Andrew Simpson during Swedish team training on San Francisco Bay.
Primecap Odyssey Aggressive Growth Fund, run by a firm that’s best known as a money manager for Vanguard Group Inc., beat peers over the past five years with a heavy dose of health-care stocks, many held for years.
As Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. develop smart watches and Google Inc. prepares to roll out Web-enabled eyewear, an ecosystem of software developers is springing up to lend a hand and reap the profits.
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. had its longest stretch of daily gains since 2010 on prospects demand from governments for more advanced cybersecurity will fuel profit growth for the Israeli company.
Organizers of the America’s Cup will work with the U.S. Coast Guard to investigate the accident that killed two-time Olympic sailing medalist Andrew Simpson during the Swedish team Artemis Racing’s practice on San Francisco Bay.