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Sony showed off what the PlayStation 4 can do, but not what it will look like.
Shares of Apple fell by 12 percent Thursday after Christmas sales of iPhones fell far below what was projected. In dollars and cents, that 12 percent translates into $50 billion.
Worries about the federal government’s “fiscal cliff” are taking a toll on the economy well ahead of the year-end deadline, which analysts say is looking like it may be more damaging in the run-up than in the reality.
The Pentagon's senior weapons-buying official said this week that a program for purchasing offensive and defensive military equipment for cyberwarfare is still being worked on.
Research In Motion Ltd., the maker of the BlackBerry, reports its latest financial results after the market closes Thursday as the company needs a formidable challenger to popular smartphones from Apple and other companies.
Yahoo's stock rose nearly 5 percent on Wednesday after the company fired its CEO following more than 2 1/2 years of financial lethargy.
Yahoo's stock rose more than 5 percent on Wednesday after the company fired its CEO following more than 2 1/2 years of financial lethargy.
Apple shareholders on Thursday appeared to be getting over the sudden resignation of Steve Jobs.
Global markets recently fixated on the budget fight in Washington, but have remained mostly calm, in part because many investors think the Treasury Department will be able to avoid default for at least a week or two beyond the Aug. 2 "drop dead" deadline touted by the White House.
While Congress and the White House still have more than two weeks to raise the debt ceiling before the Treasury Department's early August deadline, the financial markets are getting jittery, fearing they won't reach a deal in time.
Qualcomm Inc. is making a $3.2 billion bet on the continuing spread of Wi-Fi-connected gadgets _ think tablet computers, smart phones or even TVs _ into every corner of life in the 21st century.
Pfizer Inc. may be the world's biggest drugmaker, but new CEO Ian Read is taking charge at a trying time for the company, and he will have to deal with a declining share price, repeated failures of potential new products and expirations of patents on key drugs.
An analyst praised chip maker Xilinx Inc. on Thursday after its fiscal first-quarter results and second-quarter outlook topped expectations, but another warned that the company continued losing market share to rival Altera Corp.
NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street sank yesterday as oil's surge above $108 a barrel and more worrisome signs for the financial sector led investors to extend last week's losses. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 150 points, bringing its three-day loss to nearly 515, while broader indexes showed steeper percentage losses.
Marriott International is on a building spree in the Washington area and elsewhere amid steady demand for new hotels.