Sirius XM to Pay $150 Million to Settle Lawsuit Over Royalties
Sirius XM Radio has agreed to pay $150 million to SoundExchange to settle lawsuits alleging that the satellite-radio giant underpaid royalties for...
Dozens Arrested in Email Scam Aimed at U.S. Businesses
More than 70 people have been arrested in the U.S. and Nigeria and accused of participating in an email scam that has cost U.S. businesses...
Senators Move to Sink Trump's ZTE Deal
In a rare rebuke of President Donald Trump, Republican Senate leaders set up a vote for this week that would undo the White House deal to revive...
Facebook Delivers 450-Page Homework Assignment to Congress
Facebook turned in more than 450 pages of homework to U.S. lawmakers, defending itself against claims that it is a monopoly and sidestepping...
As Net Neutrality Ends, Activists Push Congress to Restore Obama-Era Rules
Democrats and internet activists marked the rollback of internet neutrality rules on Monday by pushing House lawmakers to restore the regulations,...
Microsoft Invests in Exclusive Games
Microsoft is investing in five videogame studios, moving to address a longtime criticism that its Xbox One console doesn’t have enough exclusive...
FAA's Safety Rules for Commercial Drones Are Overly Strict, Report Says
The commercial drone industry is being stifled by unnecessarily stringent federal safety rules, according to a report requested by Congress.
AT&T's Dream Deal Hangs on Judge's Decision
A federal judge will only need a short time Tuesday to make an AT&T-Time Warner deal official or—if government antitrust enforcers prevail—block...
Workday to Buy Adaptive Insights for $1.55 Billion
Workday has agreed to acquire business-intelligence software company Adaptive Insights for about $1.55 billion, in an effort to strengthen its...
Japan Says Airbnb Had Plenty of Warning About New Law
The Japan Tourism Agency on Monday defended its handling of a new law that has led to thousands of Airbnb cancellations, saying the U.S. company...
Electric-Vehicle Frenzy Sweeps Up Once-Unloved Metal: Nickel
The speculative fever for electric-car metals is pushing to nearly four-year highs prices for nickel—a key ingredient in stainless steel.
How a Powerful Spy Camera Invented at Duke Ended Up in China's Hands
After failing to win over financial backers and customers in the U.S., David Brady moved his tech startup to China. The project’s shift east offers...