As Yahoo's embattled email service suffers through a slew of bad news, some users are finding it hard to leave.
The CEO of Germany's Bayer AG is promising it won't use its planned acquisition of Monsanto Co. to force genetically modified crops on skeptical Europeans.
Nothing in the farming background of the Guillemot brothers, who hail from the remote Brittany region, destined them to one day do battle with France's most feared corporate raider.
Facebook paid £4.17 million ($5.18 million, 4.63 million euros) in British corporation tax last year, up from just £4,327 in 2014, accounts showed Sunday.
A US appeals court on Friday handed Apple a victory in one of its battles with rival Samsung, reinstating a $119.6 million verdict for the iPhone maker for patent infringement.
The Thomson Reuters news agency and financial information group will open a technology center in Toronto, adding 400 jobs over the next two years, the company announced Friday.
Samsung Electronics responded warily Thursday to a proposal by US hedge fund Elliott Management to split the South Korean tech giant into two companies but markets cheered the plan, sending its shares to a record high.
Twitter shares plummeted 19 percent Thursday following a report that Google has decided not to bid for the social media company.
Samsung said Thursday it was buying a prominent US artificial intelligence (AI) start-up founded by the creators of Siri—the voice-based digital assistant used on the iPhones of arch-rival Apple.
Yahoo's reported willingness to search user email to assist U.S. government investigators has revived concerns about court-approved surveillance programs that companies aren't allowed to disclose to the people using their ...