The already-heated debate over proposed rules on how broadband providers must treat traffic on their networks just got hotter, as regulators consider how the plan might apply to mobile networks as well.
U.S. Steel said Tuesday that its Canadian operations will apply for relief from creditors under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act. U.S. Steel Canada is seeking a court order allowing it to operate while exploring strategic alternatives.
Sometimes, more money can mean more problems. That is what the ALS Association is trying to avoid as the fall season brings an end to the Ice Bucket Challenge, a summer social-media sensation that fueled a record $113.3 million in donations as of Monday.
NASA has awarded Boeing a contract worth as much as $4.2 billion and rival Space Exploration Technologies a separate pact valued at up to $2.6 billion to develop, test and fly space taxis to carry U.S. astronauts into orbit.
Australian compliance-services business SAI Global said it has scrapped talks with two private-equity suitors after the consortium failed to lodge a final bid for the company by a Tuesday night deadline.