Facebook's CEO reportedly approached Samsung about making the social network's next phone. Smart move.
Futurists and technologists project a half century of biotech innovation and new technology, even immortality.
However, the company's about-face on policies users found unbearable will help.
Closing arguments are set for Thursday, and things are looking up for Apple.
Investors are worried about when the Federal Reserve will end its bond buying program. But the Fed isn't as important as you think.
The former Fed chair's take on equity-risk premiums is seriously flawed.
There has been some concern about Tom Wheeler's lobbyist past and his role as a top Obama fundraiser. Is it warranted?
Massachusetts voters heard a lot about private equity last night, but not all of it was accurate.
This is not the typical leadership tumult of a troubled company with activist investors or a crumbling board.
She waited until the penultimate day of a three-week trial to declare her feelings.
Google wants to partner with private equity on complicated deals. But there may be a better way
At the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, a Facebook execs talks about scales -- and how Queen Elizabeth reached the masses in a meaningful way through her coronation.
It's over for the struggling phone maker, right? Not so, says a vocal contingent of analysts and investors. They think the company's worst days are behind it.
By one estimate, as many as six million retailers in the U.S. could soon owe sales taxes on goods and services sold in other states. Tax software providers are seeing dollar signs.
Economists are complaining that the Fed is too optimistic about the economy. It was just over a year ago that its outlook was too pessimistic.
Can the Korean electronics giant pull a smartphone-like win in the home?
What's next for the world's second- largest economy
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