Microsoft confirmed it will cut up to 18,000 jobs over the next year, part of the tech giant's efforts to streamline its business under new CEO Satya Nadella.
According to Wired, when Google researchers discover flaws in another company's software, they'll quietly alert that firm.
Time Warner rebuffs a takeover bid from Fox.
What we eat and when we eat are shifting. Now grocers are working to offer the right products at the right price.
Citigroup will pay $4.5 billion in cash and provide $2.5 billion in consumer relief. The cash portion consists of a $4 billion civil monetary payment to the DOJ and $500 million in compensatory payments to the State AGs and the FDIC.
We've all heard of pizza in 30 minutes or less. But a package from Amazon?
More and more US companies are moving overseas to avoid the taxman.
Published reports say Citi is close to $7 billion deal to settle charges that it packaged bad mortgages during the run-up to the financial crisis.
Reports this morning that Honda is recalling about 1 million more cars. That's on top of the 2 million that have already been recalled. It's one of eight automakers recalling cars with Takata airbags.
The Fortune magazine's Global 500 list ranks world's largest companies based on revenue
It found 47 companies relocated to home bases overseas to take advantage of lower rates in the past 10 years through a merger process known as inversion.
CRT Research says sales dropped 7.6-percent through the end of June, compared to the first half of last year.
Despite recent losses, analysts say don't sell. Bull market may still run!
The porn ad ban comes a year after Google decided to remove blogs from its blogger network that contained advertisements for online porn sites.
T-Mobile accused of charging customers for 'hundreds of millions' of dollars in bogus fees.
Your Starbucks visit could cost you more, after the company raises the price of some of its drinks.
If your parents die before paying off their debts, you may worry creditors will come after you.
Harley-Davidson unveiled its first electric motorcycle Thursday.
Shares of the struggling smartphone maker surged more than 14% in mid-morning trading and are at their highest level since late March.
More homeowners are taking on the role of landlord.
Amazon launches Prime streaming music service.
Customers headed to Starbucks to get a caffeine boost will soon be able to get a boost to their cell phone battery.
It will be a paid subscription service providing access to new programming from the cooking star via several devices, including computers and smart phones.
More than half of Subway restaurants already use a Keurig to make coffee for customers.
Right now awards are based on the number of miles traveled. But going forward they will be based on the cost of the flight.
We take a look at what Apple (AAPL) is likely to announce, what it probably won't introduce ... and what we wish the company would do.
Carbon emissions projected to decrease 31 percent by 2020.
Earlier this year, the carmaker did report improved sales but lower earnings for the first quarter and its shares are also up this year.
Spirit generated about three times more complaints per passenger than any other airline.
JPMorgan chase is the nation's largest bank by assets.
Rival carriers typically charge $130 extra for 4G devices.
Analysts say overall the US airline industry saw an overall improvement in 2013 over 2012.
The annual event is where Apple gives the press and developers a peek at its latest projects.
This new technology, called "DeepFace," is more accurate because it can identify people from the side. Researchers say it recognizes the correct face 97-percent of the time.
Yahoo says cyber security is an on-going effort and it will continue to combat security attacks.
The "personal digital assistant" can search the internet, set up alarms and shift calendar appointments, among other things.
New streaming device delivers more content to your television.
BlackBerry owners who use T-Mobile will still be able to use their phones and get product support even after the deadline, but the contract between the two companies won't be renewed, BlackBerry said in a statement Wednesday.
King, maker of the popular online game Candy Crush Saga, begins trading Wednesday.
The computing giant's next foray into TV could come in partnership with Comcast, the largest television and broadband provider in the United States, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday night.
The company hopes it will boost night-time sales.
The retail giant has opened its first gas station and convenience store.
Theannouncement came just two days after rival T-Mobile increased its prices for a plan offering unlimited data.
Shares in HSBC fell by nearly six percent in London trading before posting a slight recovery.
The company's overall score registered a bigger year-over-year increase than any other online retailer in 2013, according to a survey of tens of thousands of consumers conducted by the American Customer Satisfaction Index.
If approved, the merger will combine the two biggest cable companies in the US.
U.S. lawmakers are in central Florida trying to speed the process of turning unused NASA facilities into job-creating private businesses.
Business has not been good for the Japanese gaming company lately.
Nintendo spooked investors, and it showed in Monday trading.
Google is making another big bet on hardware.