Yahoo!'s assets could be the pieces of the puzzle Verizon needed to help capture billions in ad dollars that are now going to Facebook and Google.
About 6.3 billion yen of Nintendo's market value was wiped out in a single day after a 17 % drop in shares.
The Cupertino-based tech giant is expected to report its second straight quarter of declining revenue, thanks to weakening iPhone demand in China.
The athletic and apparel company, which has beaten Wall Street's revenue and earnings in four straight quarters, looks to extend its winning streak.
The biggest question heading into the quarter surrounds All-Day Breakfast, which last year sparked the company's turnaround, but since has gotten cold.
Iran has approached banks to prepare for a return to international capital markets for the first time since 2002.
A look at the coming week's news and happenings in business and financial markets.
Verizon is expanding its digital media business which includes AOL.
If Ackman's losing streak continues, his investors may begin to factor in their own poor decisions to stick with him.