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.
Sterne Agee & Leach Inc., the Alabama-based brokerage, hired five credit salespeople from Citigroup Inc. after the third-largest U.S. bank stopped paying them commission on what they earned for the firm.
MasterCard Inc., the second-biggest U.S. payments network, is poised to further outperform bigger rival Visa Inc. amid a 3 percent gain by the euro this year and signs that European consumer spending is picking up.
Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc. led a slump in companies involved in making, servicing, backing or investing in U.S. mortgages after the firms posted quarterly results and executives discussed their outlooks.
Boeing Co., the world’s largest planemaker, rose the most in more than two years after boosting its annual profit forecast and beating analysts’ third-quarter estimates with an increase in jetliner deliveries.