Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. reported a $1.6 billion quarterly net loss on Wednesday due to a write-down in the value of its publishing businesses.
Apple and Amazon have changed their policies about letting users update account information over the phone, after hackers successfully exploited flaws in both systems to gain access to a journalist’s online accounts.
Northeast Indiana has a peculiar problem.
American Airlines’ pilots have overwhelmingly rejected a tentative labor agreement, making it more likely the bankrupt carrier will impose even harsher concessions on the 8,000 pilots than the deal proposed.
U.S. stocks were little changed Wednesday as investors took a breather with the three major indexes at their highest levels since early May.
Starbucks Coffee Co. has signed on with Square Inc. to process its credit and debit card purchases, the coffee shop franchiser said Wednesday.
John J. Licata is the founder and chief energy strategist for Blue Phoenix Inc., an independent research and consulting company focused on clean energy.
A Wal-Mart store manager in a small military town in Canada got an urgent phone call last month from “Gary Darnell” in the home office in Bentonville, Ark.
Even though home prices are rebounding in some parts of the country, the overall housing market won’t start turning the corner until next spring, according to the latest forecast from Fiserv.
Your smartphone is your camera, your calendar, and your communications center. Why shouldn’t it be your bank too?