Dish Network Chairman Charlie Ergen believes his company could be a significant competitor in the US consumer wireless business.
Shortly after midnight Pacific time on October 6, 2010, a new app built by a small team went live on Apple's App Store. Right away, they noticed people abroad signing up for the app, called Instagram; by 6 a.m. the startup was so overwhelmed with traffic that its servers reportedly melted down.
In the lead-up to the holidays, as many people put up their final out-of-office replies for the year, workers at grocery-delivery startup Instacart are fighting for their livelihoods.
Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot owner PSA Group have signed a binding merger agreement, solidifying a nearly $50 billion deal that will create the world's third largest automaker.
DuPont is creating a new $45.4 billion consumer goods giant by merging its food and nutrition business with International Flavors & Fragrances.
Commuter company SuperShuttle, which has ferried fliers to and from dozens of airports since 1983, said it will shut down permanently effective December 31.
Truist wasn't even a word a year ago. Now it's one of America's biggest banks.
Auto workers at Fiat Chrysler have ratified a new four-year contract, closing the door on the possibility of another strike like the one that shut down rival General Motors for six weeks.
As Washington, DC, hones in on impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, local officials in the nation's capital are focused on their own potential ousting: that of City Councilmember Jack Evans.
Attorneys general from more than a dozen states are flexing their legal muscles in a landmark trial that could block T-Mobile's $26 billion merger with Sprint.
Like thousands of others, Megha Mathur moved to the Indian city of Gurgaon for a coveted job in tech. She soon realized she wouldn't be able to live there very long. The pollution was so bad she had to check an air quality app on her phone several times a day to see whether it was safe to go outside without a mask.
If big banks held marriage ceremonies to celebrate their mergers, Elizabeth Warren would be the first one to shout,
As wildfire season raged in California this fall, a startup a few states away used artificial intelligence to pinpoint the location of blazes there within minutes — in some cases far faster than these fires might otherwise be noticed by firefighters or civilians.
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey has capped a whirlwind tour of Africa by pledging to move to the continent for several months in 2020.
Once upon a time, flying cars were a staple of science fiction.
A robot that can find the laundry even if you've moved it could give Japan's startup scene a much-needed shot in the arm.
Investments in female-founded startups are higher than ever.
General Motors brought an unprecedented racketeering lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler this week. It could not have come at a worse time.
Two of the leaders of the online brokerage industry are merging. Charles Schwab agreed to buy TD Ameritrade for $26 billion, the companies announced Monday.
HP is making itself clear to Xerox: Seriously, we don't need you.
Sprint is a storied American brand, but it's one that could cease to exist if its $26 billion merger with T-Mobile is approved.
Chinese entertainment group, Huahua Media, is joining forces with Nigerian filmmakers to produce the first major China-Nigeria film.
Artificial intelligence doesn't know what to make of Os Keyes.
Milk is falling out of fashion.