Tesla Motors announced it will sell a battery capable of taking an electric car 315 miles on a charge, the first time an auto maker is providing that much electric range in a vehicle, the company said.
Few companies enjoy the kind of dominance Intel does in chips for the computers found in data centers. But competitors keep trying to pry open its server stronghold, with IBM the latest to brandish a new tool.
Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal announced a leadership structure at its newly acquired DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. that keeps the “Shrek” studio separate its other animation company, Illumination Entertainment.
Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros filed a lawsuit that accuses former network chief Roger Ailes of sexually harassing her and alleges that his associates subsequently intimidated her and harmed her career.
Best Buy reported a surprise increase in second-quarter sales, helped by a sharp jump in its online business as the retailer lured shoppers in a difficult market. The company’s stock surged as much as 19%.
Big banks have long complained about the costs of holding large pools of inactive deposits, especially in countries where interest rates have turned negative. Increasingly, they are charging customers to look after their cash.