DirecTVis exploring the idea of an online video service that would appeal to "price-sensitive" young people or other customers who have dropped their pay-TV service.
The Houston Rockets are trying to persuade two major cable providers to begin broadcasting the struggling Comcast SportsNet Houston television channel.
KKR & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group's private-equity arm quietly closed out their investment in the retailer,agreeing to pay nearly three times what they offered in the retailer's IPO.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia cutting 70 jobs, less than two months after hiring Daniel Dienst as its new chief executive.
A Seoul court ruled that Apple did not violate some of Samsung Electronics' patents, dealing a rare blow to the South Korean smartphone maker in its home turf.
Ford's board has its monthly meeting today as CEO's potential move to Microsoft draws attention.
Four of the nation's largest mall operators are turning their properties into mini-distribution centers for rapid delivery.
Cisco Systems on Thursday issued a slightly lower revenue outlook for next year, noting that it needs to "further improve its business model" to reach its current goals.
People's Money: China's effort to turn Shanghai into a global financial center came under a cloud this month—or, rather, under a choking blanket of smog that has affluent residents talking about bolting.
Citing medical reasons, the judge in the current London phone-hacking trial removed Ian Edmondson as a defendant but said he will be tried later.