Google plans to launch a small-scale U.S. wireless service.
Facing criticism from telecom carriers, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg struck a conciliatory tone.
Microsoft has a new fix-it plan for the company’s smartphone business: Wait a little longer.
Hewlett-Packard agreed to buy Aruba Networks for about $2.7 billion in an all-cash deal aimed at bolstering the tech company’s wireless networking operations.
Sony’s struggling mobile unit can’t be justified at a low profit margin and won’t tie itself to smartphones or even hardware, its new president says.
Target has zeroed in on seven grocery categories—from granola and yogurt to candy and snacks—where it thinks it has the best chance of standing out to urban dwellers, younger families and Hispanics.
It is hard to top the sun as a light source for houses and office buildings. Several companies, including 3M and Alcoa, are introducing new products that promise to enhance natural lighting.
Some merchants are using fake orders to boost their standing on Alibaba’s websites, a practice that puts the Chinese e-commerce giant at risk of further regulatory scrutiny.
Wynn Resorts is seeking to block Elaine Wynn—a major shareholder, longtime director and the ex-wife of company Chairman Steve Wynn—from its board.
The crude oil aboard the train that derailed and exploded two weeks ago in West Virginia, contained combustible gas exceeding the new cap that goes into effect next month.