A judge has found Samsung Electronics Co. guilty of infringing a text-selection feature seen on Apple devices.
Analysts are starting to worry the U.S. economy is cooling again, after only 88,000 new jobs were created in March. The job count is notably lower than generally predicted, fueling speculation by observers the country is entering another financial lull, even before expected federal spending cuts kick in.
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Two Florida convenience store owners have been busted for fraud after allegedly conducting a large food stamp scam and using taxpayer money to stock their shelves.
Groups of fast food workers and activists held rallies across New York City demanding higher wages and the right to unionize on Thursday.
Samsung is giving customers the opportunity to experience their “mobile ecosystem.”
Weeks after the athletic apparel company recalled some of its yoga pants for being see-through, Lululemon Athletica Inc. has announced Sheree Waterson, its top product executive is leaving April 15.
Nuance Communications, the Burlington, Mass. speech recognition software maker, might head in a new direction, now that high-profile investor Carl Icahn has acquired 9 percent in the company.
On Tuesday, Apple Inc. caved into pressure from Chinese consumers who demanded an apology over the company's warranty policies in China. The company issued a statement in Chinese signed by CEO Tim Cook on their website expressing regret for any "concern or misunderstanding" in the country.
Electric car company Tesla Motors announced its first ever profit, for the first quarter of 2013, after sales of its flagship sedan the Tesla Model S exceeded expectations.
In the latest filing, Samsung is aware of the risks of another patent infringement trial with billions of dollars on the line.
The Institute of Supply Management has published its monthly analysis of the United States manufacturing industry, reporting an unexpected drop in growth from February's numbers.
New reports show that US consumers were unexpectedly more confident than economists predicted in March from the prior month as American optimism toward the economy has been on the rise.
US consumers earned more and spent more during the month of February as the job market strengthened. Purchases, which account for about 70 percent of economic activity, rose 0.7 percent in February from January which is the biggest gain in five months.
The Apple vs. Samsung patent infringement trial may be over in Japan and the United Kingdom, but it’s taking place in two courts in the U.S.