A Silicon Valley jury on Thursday ordered Samsung Electronics to pay Apple $290 million for copying vital iPhone and iPad features.
NBCUniversal is close to taking a minority stake in a company being formed by AllThingsD journalists, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Airline passengers have already been stripped of their legroom, hot meals and personal space. Now, they might also lose their silence.
While the last few months of the year are all about holidays and family, it's also a great time for individuals to get their tax planning into place.
Singapore Airlines will terminate its non-stop all-business-class service to New York amid high fuel prices and subdued demand for premium travel.
The euro zone's largest economy Germany might be powering ahead in terms of growth but the region as a whole is heading towards a "catastrophe."
A "tiny fraction" of people will lose their health plans and pay more for Obamacare coverage, a new study found.
From the price action in the market, you'd think pros are worried that the Fed is hiding something.
Negotiators are poised to seal the first global trade deal for more than a decade, in a rare victory for the World Trade Organisation, The FT reports.
Spending on gift cards is expected to reach a record high this year, as shoppers search for practical gifts.
The president of Buzzfeed says the performance of tech stocks like Twitter and Facebook should not be measured by the traditional ratios.
The fast-food giant is not offering the cult favorite nationally but instead will let franchisees choose whether or not to put it on their menu.
The FCC has asked the FAA to reconsider allowing airline passengers to use mobile and digital devices in-flight.
Pros and cons of Google's swipe into the physical world
Yen bears, many of which predicted the currency would end the year at 105-110 against the U.S. dollar, could finally be rewarded for their patience.
Sandwiched between kids and aging parents, early 'pre-retirees' between 45 and 54 are showing acute signs of investment stress.
The Senate voted to eliminate the use of the filibuster against presidential nominees, breaking the blockade of Obama's nominees. The NYT reports.
The Fed may not be happy until it gets unemployment down to 5.5 percent, if statements from central bank officials and economists are an indication.
The "C" class has been teaching the rest of the market a lesson this year, leading the way with oversized gains.
Of the Big 4 wireless companies, Verizon and T-Mobile did the best job of making their customers happy, according to a survey. But you may want to read on.