Google reported earnings that missed expectations while revenue topped Wall Street estimates on Thursday. Shares rallied in extended hours trading.
Dish Network said it plans to participate in the upcoming wireless spectrum auction which could position it to offer mobile services, Re/code reports.
Asian equity markets declined on Friday following hawkish comments from a Federal Reserve official.
Asian stocks fell on Wednesday as geopolitical concerns over Iraq overshadowed better-than-expected U.S. data.
Sprint has lined up eight banks to finance its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile US.
Asian stocks were mixed on Tuesday with risk appetite dealt a triple blow over developments in Iraq, Ukraine and Argentina.
Alibaba revealed the members of its 27-person partnership in an updated prospectus for its U.S. share listing on Monday.
Alibaba will likely file new documents next week on first-quarter results and a breakdown of Alibaba's businesses and partners, sources told CNBC.
Asian shares were mostly lower on Friday as caution over U.S. jobs data overshadowed Wall Street's record and the ECB's stimulus measures.
Cloud computing isn't just for humans - robots are getting in on the action too.
A possible merger between Sprint and T-Mobile has put Masayoshi Son in the spotlight and analysts say he's exactly the type of CEO that Japan needs.
The Chinese e-commerce giant has been counseling employees on how to deal with the roughly $41 billion they could unlock through a New York listing.
Asian equities closed mixed in choppy trading Thursday, as traders braced for a highly-anticipated European Central Bank meeting.
Sprint and T-Mobile have settled on a $32 billion deal that might be announced this summer, people briefed on the matter told the New York Times.
Asian stocks finished mixed on Tuesday following key Chinese economic data and monetary policy decisions in Australia and India.
Asian equities ended mostly lower on Friday as caution ahead of Chinese manufacturing data overshadowed a record finish on the S&P 500 overnight.
Internet service in the U.S. is horrible, Greylock Partner's John Lilly said, but he expects to see a greater investment in improving it.
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The company will reveal the names of its 28 controlling "Lakeside Partners" in an update to its US IPO filing, the Wall Street Journal said.
Softbank's Masayoshi Son--also the chairman of Sprint--said that Americans don't realize how bad their Internet service really is.