Stocks gain on Wall Street with broadcasting shares getting a big boost from the Supreme Court's decision against Aereo.
Renewed concerns about Iraq and upbeat data on the U.S. economy pushed stocks up and down Tuesday. But in the end, worries outweighed optimism.
Software maker Oracle is Micros Systems, which provides software and hardware to the hospitality and retail industries, for about $5.3 billion.
Mobile carrier T-Mobile announces it will be launching a streaming music service free of ads that will be free to its top tier customers.
BlackBerry reports a smaller-than-expected first-quarter loss, as the smartphone company's cost cutting and other initiatives started to pay off.
Consumers reported more problems with new cars and trucks this year than last year, as automakers add more sophisticated technology, an annual survey shows.
The rumors are true: Google's YouTube is launching a paid music streaming service -- and it promises to rile some in the music business.
Oracle is in talks with Micros Systems to buy the software maker for retailers and hotel chains for more than $5 billion, a report says.
Bitcoin is in danger of losing its credibility as an independent payment system because of the growing power of a group that runs the computers behind it.
The Domino's pizza chain plans to introduce a function on its mobile app that lets customers place orders by speaking with a computer-generated voice.
Amazon is a bit late to the party with its own smartphone. But if it comes with the holographic 3-D features it's rumored to have, tardiness may not matter.
Starbucks has a new, highly charged offering on the menu. The coffee chain is teaming up with Duracell to offer wireless charging of cellphones.
Former UCLA basketball star Ed O'Bannon says the NCAA makes billions of dollars by putting college players on TV, but won't share any of the revenue.
The job market has remained sluggish even as other parts of the economy have picked up, but the Federal Reserve says demand is rising for a certain workers.
Coffee prices at the wholesale level have soared by about 50 percent this year, and now a leading retailer of packaged coffee is upping prices.
A host of driverless or driver-light tech exists today, and it's paving the way towards an autonomous car future -- besides the one Google promises.
Google engineers say they have turned a corner in their pursuit of creating a car that can drive itself.
EBay delays news of a massive data breach, and Hewlett-Packard leaks its earnings. Reporting good news are Netflix and GameStop.
The Census Bureau reports a drop in public-school funding for 2012, the first decline since the government began keeping track in 1977.
HP plans to cut as many as 16,000 more jobs in a major ramp-up of CEO Meg Whitman's years-long effort to turn around the personal computer-maker.
Internet gambling is off to a slower start than many had imagined, held back by illegal operators who are continuing to siphon off millions of dollars.
L'Oreal rolls out an app for iPhone and iPad that allows customers to take the guessing out of trying a new color lipstick or a new shade of eye shadow.