The FAA said that most flights around the country were back to normal Wednesday, after a software malfunction delayed hundreds of flights on Tuesday.
Early versions of the Chevrolet Volt's battery packs are powerful enough to run the high-stakes rechargeable car, but dozens of issues remain before General Motors Corp.
Sprint Nextel, the nation's third-largest wireless carrier, said Wednesday it swung to a second-quarter loss on severance and other charges but still beat Wall Street expectations and said it had slowed customer defections.
Bertelsmann will sell its 50% stake in Sony BMG to Sony in a $900 million deal, the companies announced Tuesday, giving the Japanese company full ownership of the joint venture whose roster of artists include Alicia Keys and Leona Lewis.
Yahoo is recounting the shareholder vote for its board of directors after discovering that a tabulating firm failed to register the opposition of a major investor.
Yahoo's shareholders have re-elected the Internet company's entire board despite hard feelings about the directors' rejection of a takeover offer from Microsoft.
Comcast said Wednesday its second-quarter profit rose 8% as cable TV rates rose and consumers ordered more digital and premium services.
Olympic organizers are backtracking on another promise about coverage of the Beijing Games, keeping in place blocks on Internet sites in the Main Press Center and venues where reporters will work.
A merger of the nation's only two satellite radio companies moved closer to fruition Thursday after the pair agreed to pay $19.
The legal salvos between Nokia and Qualcomm stopped months ago, part of what officials at the wireless industry heavyweights described as a truce in a long-running battle that spanned three continents.
Top phone company AT&T posted on Wednesday a higher quarterly profit as stronger-than-expected growth in wireless subscribers compensated for shrinking traditional landlines.
Microsoft said Thursday its fiscal fourth-quarter profit jumped 42%, helped by strong sales of its Office and Windows software, but the company offered a softer-than-expected outlook for the current quarter.
Shares of Yahoo and Microsoft rose Wednesday as The Wall Street Journal reported Microsoft has talked to other media companies about teaming up to buy Yahoo's search business.
AT&T, the country's largest Internet provider, is considering charging extra for customers who download large amounts of data.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn reportedly is snapping up Yahoo stock in preparation for a possible attempt to replace the Internet company's board after the directors turned down Microsoft's $47.
Yahoo, which was waiting for the other shoe to drop, is still waiting, but it is moving ahead with its plans to deploy Google's search/text ads more widely across its network after a two week trial.
Investors appear ready to embrace Google again after weeks of hand wringing over whether the faltering U.
Rambus scored a key victory Wednesday in its nearly decade-old fight with memory chip makers when a jury found the company did not engage in monopolistic behavior by patenting technologies that eventually became standard in memory chips.
Time Warner’s new CEO Jeff Bewkes laid out his vision for changes at the media conglomerate Wednesday, including dividing AOL’s online access and advertising businesses and possibly spinning off the rest of the company’s cable division. Investors have
The Justice Department on Friday said it is "interested" in reviewing antitrust issues associated with Microsoft’s nearly $45 billion unsolicited bid for Yahoo. If the deal goes through, analysts expect scrutiny from Congress, Justice and other enforce