Yahoo filed a lawsuit against Facebook Monday, alleging that the social media giant infringed on 10 of its patents related to advertising, privacy, customization, messaging and social networking.
It sounds like a headline from The Onion, but it’s true: A project called “Homeless Hotspots” is turning homeless Austin residents into mobile wireless hotspots outside the South by Southwest convention center.
Stock closed mixed, after moving in a narrow range for most of the trading day.
The World Trade Organization issued a ruling Monday to settle a dispute between the European Union and United States over subsidies received by Boeing. Officials on both sides of the Atlantic quickly sought to portray the decision as a victory for their domestic airline industries.
Four former members of a watchdog panel on Monday urged the Treasury Department to end tax breaks for government-bailed-out insurer AIG.
Final details were filed in federal court Monday in the $26 billion settlement to help struggling homeowners and settle charges against big banks of abusive and negligent foreclosure practices.
The U.S. economy appears to be gradually improving — and the dollar is coming along for the ride. Imagine that.
Two Chinese online video companies agreed to merge Monday in an all-stock deal that will create a major new player in the rapidly growing market.
Ford Motor Co. is the target of a safety investigation involving reports of unintended acceleration.
China shocked the world this weekend when it announced its largest trade deficit in more than two decades.