U.S. stock indexes pulled back from their record highs Thursday after an afternoon swoon for technology companies helped overshadow another big day for telecoms.
U.S. stock indexes were mixed in Thursday afternoon trading as losses for tech and industrial companies offset another big gain for telecoms.
Wisconsin landed the much coveted Foxconn plant, but now the rust belt state needs to produce more highly skilled workers than those employed in the factories of the past.
Where's my cable-streaming app? Turns out, getting cable still mostly requires renting a clunky, expensive box.
Forbes magazine says Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos briefly became the world's richest man Thursday, as stock in his e-commerce company hit an all-time high.
Now that Wisconsin has landed a coveted Foxconn plant it will need to quickly transition to a more highly skilled workforce than the assembly lines that established the state's manufacturing legacy.
An afternoon pullback in technology shares pulled broader market indexes mostly lower on Wall Street.
A former South Carolina governor now in Congress is asking federal communications officials for their help combatting the danger of cellphones in the hands of prison inmates.
Volkswagen and U.S. environmental regulators have agreed to a plan for the German automaker to fix most of the diesel cars involved in its emissions cheating scandal.
The Pennsylvania Senate has passed Republican-crafted legislation to balance the state budget that includes heavy borrowing and hundreds of millions of dollars in tax increases.
Iranian state TV says Iran has successfully launched a satellite-carrying rocket into space.
Twitter has made it clear that it won't even consider banning Donald Trump from its service, whether the president follows its rules against harassment or not.
Job announcements by Amazon and Foxconn reflect a growing trend: Reach customers now.
A judge has ordered computer-maker Apple Inc. to pay more than $506 million in a patent infringement case brought by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation after the two sides agreed on final damages.
Nokia reports continued loss in the second quarter with flat in sales, mainly caused by 5-percent decline in core networks business.
Germany's transport minister says that what authorities consider an illegal "defeat device" has been found in a Porsche diesel model, and they will order a recall of the cars.
Comcast beats 2Q net income and revenue expectations.
Twitter reports second-quarter loss of $116.5 million.
A 48-year-old central Illinois man who worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Afghanistan has pleaded guilty to soliciting $320,000 in bribes from Afghan contractors.
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