The push to make Los Angeles International Airport the largest in the nation to allow Uber and Lyft has hit an obstacle at City Hall as the ride-hailing services battle with the powerful taxicab industry for influence.
Everyone speaks emoji, and now advertisers do too.
Amanda Maler wasn't even born yet when Nintendo's beloved Super Mario made his debut 30 years ago.
Taxi service Uber's classification of drivers is being challenged in California, threatening the company's business model within the state.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC plunged to its lowest closing share price in more than a decade Friday, a day after it posted its biggest ever quarterly loss.
Mike Jones hunts for small companies with "fantastically large" ambitions.
The New York Times said Thursday its digital paid subscriptions had topped one million for the first time, as it reported a jump in quarterly profits.
IBM said Thursday it was boosting the capacity of its Watson supercomputer, acquiring the medical imaging group Merge Healthcare for $1 billon.
In his first week as Cisco Systems' new CEO, Chuck Robbins made an immediate impression, moving quickly on plans to create a leaner, faster-moving company out of the networking colossus.
A product recall is never good news for a firm. And though it might seem like a great occasion for schadenfreude, a recall is not necessarily good news for competitors, either.