The Redmond, Wash. Software giant has announced it will pay developers $100 for each Windows 8 and/or Windows Phone 8 app they write, up to a total of 10 apps for each, the "Windows Store" and "Windows Phone Store" online purchasing sites.
After-hours trading lifted shares of Adobe Systems Inc. to more than 5 percent on heavy volume after the company, based in San Jose, Calif., reported a quarterly profit of $65.1 million, or, 13 cents a share, from $1.01 billion in revenue.
The reality of income disparity and imbalance between the very wealthy and the 98 percent of the rest of the country has reached an all-time high. On average, CEO's at S&P 500 Index companies made 380 times more than their typical workers in 2011 while 46.2 Americans live below the poverty line. However, Senator Elizabeth Warren's proposal to combat corporate greed and wage inequality makes perfect sense.
The Geneva International Motor Show offers an eye-blurring selection of revved-up makes and models from all corner of the world. Of course, America loves Asian imports, and there area an abundance of them turning heads in the show display halls.
Toyota unveiled the innovative i-ROAD concept vehicle, an electric three-wheeler that the automaker describes a personal mobility vehicle.
Honda unveiled the Civic Tourer concept vehicle at the Geneva auto show this month that will translate into a production model Civic wagon for the European market.
The 2015 Volkswagen Golf Variant, replacing the VW Jetta SportWagen, and although details about what the new vehicle will be called in the U.S. remains unknown, it is clear what the car will look like.
The Federal Communications Commission has approved T-Mobile’s bid to acquire MetroPCS. But the MetroPCS board still needs to ratify the plan, while the U.S. Department of Justice needs to offer its two cents.
Hostess, the now-bankrupt owner of the cream-filled sponge cakes, has agreed to sell the yellow-colored snacks — along with Ho Hos, Sno Balls and Dolly Madison Zingers — to two investment firms in the business of turning companies around.
Google has admitted it violated people’s privacy during its Street View mapping project, casually scooping up passwords, e-mail and other personal information from unsuspecting computer users.
Mexican lawmakers announced legislation early this week designed to rein in the country’s telecommunications monopolies, which could well lead to a breakup of Slim’s Mexico City-based America Movil, the world’s fourth largest telecommunications network in the world.
The 2014 McLaren P1 debuted at the Geneva auto show where the highly anticipated successor to the F1 strutted its stuff on the showroom floor.
Volkswagen unveiled their newest GTI model at the Geneva auto show that is largely based on the 2015 Golf.
Musk says he can solve the battery problem with the Boeing Co.’s 787 Dreamliner. Deliveries of new planes have been halted and 50 of the aircraft have been grounded after overheating issues on two separate flights.
“Hot” really doesn’t even come close to describing the top rides at the 2013 edition of the Geneva International Motor Show, happening now until March 17 at the Geneva Palexpo convention center in Geneva, Switzerland. The event has long been synonymous with super-charged production cars and high-profile debuts.