Apple began sales of its newest iPhones Friday with consumers in Australia becoming the first globally to get their hands on them.
Nike executives fielded concerns about risks in athletic endorsements at their annual shareholder meeting in the wake of several high-profile suspensions of sponsored athletes for violent behavior.
The German auto maker has specified its forecasts for the year, projecting sales of more than 2.4 million vehicles amounting to more than €120 billion.
Asian currencies from South Korea to the Philippines have fallen to their lowest levels in months, following earlier declines from counterparts in other emerging markets, as investors flock to the rallying U.S. dollar.
Sony's latest restructuring charge related to its mobile phone business spooked investors. But it signals the company is getting close to purging the skeletons in its closet.
Amazon introduced a handful of new devices, including a $100 tablet aimed at the masses and a high-end electronic-reader that the company says is the closest e-reading experience to plain paper.
A few weeks after it became embroiled in a hacking scandal that resulted in the leak of nude celebrity photos, Apple launched a campaign to explain how it handles users' personal information.
Tesla Motors's Chief Executive Elon Musk said the technology for a fully autonomous car could be ready in five or six years, and the result will be a vehicle far less likely to harm occupants and others on the road.
A new study shows that millennials are more likely to spend money on experiences rather than objects. Eventbrite co-founder and president Julia Hartz discusses with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty
Political and economic turmoil in some of Inditex's high-growth markets pressured profit and sales in the first half, reflecting a downside to the Zara owner's aggressive expansion into Asia and Eastern Europe.
China's central bank is injecting a chunk of money into the economy through five state-owned banks. But the effect is likely to be fleeting.
Two Microsoft directors announced they would leave by year's end as CEO Nadella gives the board its biggest makeover in history.
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.
How to rise above the dreary rounds of networking and breakout sessions and get more out of a conference.
Many retailers have stumbled implementing RFID tags for inventory control, but the Zara chain is working the system. The scale and speed of its rollout is drawing notice.