CNBC's Meg Tirrell on Sony's shifting fortunes.
CNBC's Kate Rogers with the latest fallout from Sony's hack attack.
WikiLeaks has posted documents stolen by the Sony Picture hackers, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Asia's equities joined their global peers to rise on Thursday, with China's Shanghai Composite index finishing at a fresh multi-year high.
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Best Buy plans to close some stores and consolidate its operations in Canada.
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Sony has unveiled its PlayStation Vue streaming video service, announcing pricing, and launching in three cities.
Asian stocks rose on Tuesday, with markets in Tokyo, Shanghai and Seoul ending the session at new highs.
President Obama is set to sign an executive order aimed at encouraging companies to share information about cybersecurity threats with the government.
Sony and Marvel Studios will partner on the next installment of the Spider-Man franchise, uniting the superhero with Marvel's comic book universe.
Pebble said it has sold over than 1 million smartwatches, a sign that price cuts and new features have boosted consumer demand.
Nintendo issued a profit warning, even as it sells fewer consoles, the sharp weakening of the yen means overseas sales will inflate its net income.
"American Sniper" could make $300 million in its first month, making it the all-time highest-grossing movie in the history of Eastwood's career as a director.
President Obama will be previewing more proposals he will outline in his State of the Union address, including cybersecurity.
Re/code's Walt Mossberg, and the "Squawk Alley" crew discusses the lapses at Sony that lead to its devastating hack attack.
Clint van Zandt, Former FBI agent, says the FBI is still comfortable with their analysis North Korea is responsible for the attack on Sony. Jon Condra, Flashpoint Global Partners, provides perspective on the North Korea narrative.
The State Department stands by the FBI's conclusion that North Korea was behind the Sony hack. Insight, with Jeff Lanza, FBI Special Agent for over 20 years.