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Two Costolo Living family trusts no longer own any Twitter stock after they sold their remaining shares this month.
U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a lawsuit against wireless carrier Sprint over unauthorized charges on customers' cellphone bill.
A jury cleared Apple of antitrust violations for iPod restrictions, capping a decade-long case that had no shortage of drama and confusion.
As spinoff mania heats up, even Amazon is getting sucked into the speculation.
Google faces fines of up to 15 million euros ($18.7 million) unless it fixes its privacy breaches in the Netherlands, Dutch regulators said.
Dozens more companies—including big banks, retailers and start-ups—have begun to adopt Apple's mobile payments platform, The New York Times reports.
Riverbed Technology accepted Thoma Bravo's takeover bid of $3.6 billion and will go private in a couple of months.
Juniper Networks is in talks with Elliott Management about adding a number of new directors to its board, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Uber has never been far from controversy in recent weeks. CNBC looks at Uber's five biggest pressure points.
Investors are weighing concerns that cellphone service is more expensive to deliver and less lucrative for big telecom companies, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Sony has reportedly shutting down production on several films, citing an inability to process payments, according to a report.
Consumers may have ended up paying higher prices for mobile services because of contracts between Apple's Canadian unit and domestic carriers.
Google is planning to close its Russian engineering operations, amid growing disquiet at technology companies about new Russian internet laws.
A French court has decided not to ban UberPop, a rare piece of good news this week for the taxi hire service.
Sony's hacking scandal has people in Hollywood scared and taking a pause before sending emails that contain confidential info.
Shares of Momo, an Alibaba-backed mobile chat app firm, rose as much as 15 percent in their U.S. trading debut, valuing the firm at nearly $3 billion.
LendingClub is setting out to transform the banking world. To get there, it's following a playbook popularized by the biggest tech companies.
Apple and IBM planned to announce the first 10 apps of a portfolio focused on specific tasks in a handful of industries such as banking. NYT reports.
As technology expands for taxi service company, Uber, so do its problems. On Monday, the city of Portland sued Uber, now two California cities join in.
The social media company has completely fallen off Glassdoor’s annual Best Places to Work list.
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The move to normalize relations with Cuba will strengthen the Castro "dictatorship," a former U.S. diplomat says.
The Florida Republican senator also says Congress won't support lifting the half-century embargo on Castro's Cuba.
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