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.
Subsidies—for both needy families and less-needy corporate interests—have drawn opponents as diverse as the Koch brothers and the Environmental Working Group.
Setting up shell companies in overseas tax havens sounds like a criminal enterprise, but the big scandal is that it's perfectly legal.
As a witness, Theresa Horner was everything Apple could hope for.
When an immigration bill arrived on the Senate floor, the tech industry got the foreign workers it wanted -- for a song.
Fab now valued at $1 billion; SEC to seek more admissions of fault; and, U.S. futures rise, Europe falls andJapan climbs.
Founder control has worked for the search giant. But that doesn't mean it is necessarily a better way.
New albums by Kanye West and Jay-Z have been sprung on the public with little notice. Will the tactic make these potential blockbusters even bigger?
The scrap heap is piled high with lousy cars. But a few famous flops deserve a little reconsideration.
A new study suggests a different type of bank account could get people to save more.
The world's smartphone market leader gets taste of what Apple has been going through.
Southeastern Asset Management apparently believes Carl Icahn is some sort of loss leader.
Activist investor isn't done with Dell... yet.
The noted contrarian investor and long-time manager of the Oakmark International Fund explains why he's still bullish even as the country's stock rally stalls out.
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?
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