Twitter says it’s ending its iconic 140-character limitation — and giving almost everyone 280 characters.
Sprint Corp and T-Mobile US Inc said on Saturday they’ve called off merger talks to create a more powerful U.S. wireless business to rival market leaders, leaving No. 4 supplier Sprint to engineer a turnaround by itself.
It turns out there’s something on which Republicans and Democrats can agree: Facebook Inc. should grow up.
Apple Inc forecast earnings for the vacation shopping-quarter mostly above market expectations, allaying investor concerns about production delays on the eve of the launch of the highly anticipated iPhone X.
Facebook Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly profit and earnings on Wednesday because it pushed farther into video advertisements, showing no indication of financial damage from the controversy over how Russia used the social network in an effort to sway voters in the 2016 U.S. election.
Airbus Group SE has alerted U.S. government that it may have violated rules on military-arms exports, an abrupt revelation that extends the European airplane maker’s regulatory difficulty to North America as it works to finalize a partnership with Bombardier Inc..
Throughout a bumper year for Italian white truffles, among fine dining’s most prized (read: expensive) ingredients, San Francisco chef Michael Tusk can become practically profligate with the aromatic mushrooms. He will even use them to high pizza.
It had been less than five years back that Chinese energy giant CNOOC Ltd. swallowed Nexen Inc. in a $15.1-billion (U.S.) deal that stood as the high-water mark in the nation’s hunger for foreign funds.
In 2008, when Hezbollah fighters seized control of much of western Beirut, the workers of Spinneys supermarket feared street fighting would wreck their sockets.
Murray Goulburn Co-operative, Australia’s largest milk processor, on Friday said it agreed to a buyout from Canadian dairy company Saputo Inc worth up to A$637.8-million ($488-million).