Apple is delaying the shipment of its AirPod wireless headphones, saying it needs more time to deliver the product to consumers. The $159 headphones had been expected to ship by the end of October.
Tesla Motors Inc. posted the second quarterly profit in its history as a public company, as the auto maker had its best sales period on record, helped by the new Model X sport-utility vehicle.
Groupon agreed to buy fellow daily-deals provider LivingSocial, uniting two top names in a sector that has experienced some turmoil.
Oil and gas companies are cutting their exploration budgets and shifting away from expensive, high-risk exploration. World-wide, oil-exploration spending last year was the lowest since 2007.
The world’s two largest plane makers laid out divergent goals as Boeing chases fresh sales while Airbus opts to go full throttle to produce more jets.
The divisiveness of this year’s presidential campaign has seeped into the American workplace, raising tensions among co-workers and forcing bosses to mediate political disputes.
Corporate IT executives see promise in an emerging technology in which the physical and virtual servers that are traditionally used to run applications becomes invisible to the developers building the apps.
As reaction to the AT&T-Time Warner deal shows, American companies should get used to a more pervasive federal presence in their lives, regardless of who is elected president, writes Grep Ip.
Investor skepticism over the regulatory outlook for AT&T’s deal for Time Warner has created an opportunity in the media company’s shares.
General Electric said its bid for 3-D printing company SLM Solutions has failed after an activist investor amassed enough shares to foil the deal.