An automotive icon of the '70s is back, decades after its parent company tried to kill it off.
Nokia's impressive Lumia 900 will sell for half the price of Apple's offering, and Microsoft hopes the discount will win buyers over.
On its first day of trading, America's third-largest stock exchange saw its own shares plunge along with its reputation.
The popular apparel chain keeps posting profits, and competitors wonder what goes into its secret sauce.
Computer sales are sagging, but a report claims the October release of the new operating system will reinvigorate the market.
Sure, there were lines out the doors at stores worldwide, but some observers say the fervor was muted compared with the iHysteria of old.
Investors are racing to get a piece of the social network before it launches its feverishly anticipated IPO.
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