The mobile phone software maker flexes its legal muscle.
Everyone hates the Big 4, but new banking efforts by retailers will only act as R&D for the financial giants.
The Finnish company's powerful maps and impressive patent portfolio have tech insiders daydreaming of an industry-changing acquisition.
Apple reportedly expects huge demand for the smaller iPad, placing orders for up to 10 million units.
Considering all the positive indicators, the conditions for US business success are remarkable.
September unemployment declined to nearly a 4-year low as employers added 114,000 jobs. Zynga shares continue to tumble. Facebook shares fall on Zynga concerns. Avon's former CEO steps down as executive chairman.
Don't hang up on the beaten-down phone maker just yet.
Jobless claims climb less than expected, and US factory orders fall less than forecast. The ECB holds rates steady as Draghi says the ECB is ready to buy bonds. Google warns of more cuts at Motorola. Facebook now has 1 billion active users.
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