Apple Yet to Disclose Payments for Artists
Taylor Swift scored one against Apple in a battle over royalty rates and free music streaming, but the real significance of her feat will turn on...
BlackBerry's Classic Moment, or Not
BlackBerry needs to deliver on software and possibly ditch handsets once and for all to get Wall Street’s approval.
Drahi's Altice Tests Limits for European Telecom Mergers
European telecom investor Patrick Drahi is facing political headwinds in his latest attempt to consolidate the French telecommunications market.
Fukushima Still Roils Toshiba
An accounting probe shows that Toshiba continues to struggle with the financial aftereffects of the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.
EU Privacy Probes Could Hurt Facebook’s Bottom Line
The mounting probes of Facebook’s privacy policies could soon be more than a regulatory and reputation issue. It may soon hit the social networks...
Free Speech Advocates Blast EU Reader Comments Ruling
An Estonian news site was responsible for abusive comments posted by its readers, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled.
Instacart to Convert Some Contract Workers to Employee Status
Instacart, the same-day grocery delivery startup, will allow some of its contractor workers to become part-time employees, as regulators more...
Memo to Jack Dorsey: Twitter Only Wants a ‘Full Time’ CEO
Twitter seems to have ruled out the possibility of co-founder Jack Dorsey staying on as permanent chief executive—that is, unless he quits his...
Red Hat Names Calderoni as Financial Chief
Red Hat named technology industry veteran Frank Calderoni as its new chief financial officer starting next month, succeeding Charlie Peters who is...
Cypress Boosts Bid for ISSI
Cypress Semiconductor has once again upped its bid for fellow chip maker Integrated Silicon Solution Inc., extending the takeover battle with Uphill.
Uber Bans Guns in Its Cars
Uber Technologies has become the latest high-profile company to thrust itself into the gun debate with a decision this month prohibiting drivers...
Energy-Saving Material Gets a Boost
KKR is placing a bet on a material used to make energy-saving light bulbs, leading a $70 million funding round for the startup Transphorm Inc.