The days of Apple slowing down iPhones to prevent battery shutdowns are coming to an end.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully launched 10 next-generation satellites Friday for Iridium Communications from California.
Washington-based Providence St. Joseph Health has stopped merger talks with St. Louis, Mo.-based Ascension health network, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Walmart may be looking to dive deeper into the rapidly evolving health care market by acquiring the insurer Humana, according to the Wall Street Journal.
For more than two years, President Donald Trump has lashed out at Amazon, its founder Jeff Bezos, and the Bezos-owned Washington Post.
Facebook says it is making progress weeding out fake accounts and fake news on its service as part of its efforts to prevent election interference ahead of the U.S. midterms.
Microsoft is reorganizing its engineering teams, the company announced Thursday, in one of the largest restructurings since CEO Satya Nadella took over four years ago.
McDonald’s, citing the new U.S. tax law and the tightening job market, is expanding its 3-year-old education benefits program, tripling the amount of money some workers can get each year to help pay for college or trade school tuition.
The family of an Arizona woman killed when struck by an autonomous Uber vehicle apparently has reached a settlement with the company.
U.S. airlines started the year showing a slight improvement in keeping flights on time.
Americans increased their spending just 0.2 percent in February, while their incomes were boosted by increased wages and business owners’ income.
British bank Barclays became the latest big bank to reach a multibillion dollar settlement with U.S. authorities over its role in the subprime mortgage bubble and subsequent financial crisis. But in a rare and notable move, U.S. authorities went further to fine two individual bankers for their alleged role in the subprime mortgage crisis.
In Andrea Bright’s home, Kleenex tissues, Charmin toilet paper and Glad trash bags have all been replaced by one brand: Prince & Spring.
Idaho Forest Group is in negotiations to buy a 115-acre mill owned by Merritt Brothers Lumber Co.
As negotiators work to avoid the punitive tariffs China proposed against 128 U.S. products last week, commodity analysts have flagged a surprising wrinkle: One of the companies most harmed by the tariffs thus far is, in fact, Chinese.
Equifax tapped longtime financial industry executive Mark Begor as its new permanent CEO, the company said Wednesday, as Equifax continues to try to recover from fallout surrounding the company’s massive data breach.
Walmart says it was a business decision to remove Cosmopolitan magazine from its checkout aisles, but some groups have raised concerns about the sexual content of the publication marketed to women.
Fox and NBC plan to reduce the amount of commercial time in their shows starting next fall, and other networks likely will follow suit in an effort to retain viewers amid streaming entertainment’s onslaught.
The pace of Americans signing contracts to buy homes picked up last month, rebounding from a drop in January. But a shortage of homes on the market continues to weigh on the housing market.
Three Facebook Messenger app users have filed a lawsuit claiming the social network violated their privacy by collecting logs of their phone calls and text messages.
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