Recent Technology News
WASHINGTON - Computer hackers in China, South Korea and Germany tried to attack Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's private email server after she left the U.S. State Department in February 2013, the Associated Press reported on Thursday.
PARIS - Still reeling from front page images of shirtless Air France executives fleeing angry workers, the French government got a welcome boost on Thursday for its campaign to attract foreign investment from U.S. tech group Cisco.
SAN FRANCISCO/BRUSSELS - U.S. businesses from online coupon company RetailMeNot Inc to security software company Symantec Corp said a European change to rules governing transatlantic personal data transfers would hurt U.S. companies and called for a quick fix.
TOKYO - Sony Corp said it was cutting the price of its PlayStation 4 videogame console to around $350 from $400 to boost sales ahead of the year-end holiday season.
BEIJING/HONG KONG - China's two biggest online-to-offline (O2O) service providers, backed separately by rivals Alibaba Group Holding and Tencent Holdings, announced a merger, as Internet firms join forces to prosper in a highly competitive market.
- Jobless claims fall to near a 42-year low
- Bill Gross sues Pimco for $200 million over forced ouster
- Wall St. slips ahead of Fed minutes; Apple weighs
- Volkswagen's U.S. boss blames 'individuals' for cheating |
- AB InBev CEO appeals to SAB shareholders for second day
- Air France union meeting to discuss strike planned for Tuesday: official
- Fiat Chrysler workers skeptical of new UAW deal's impact on wages
- Oil rallies to five-week high on Chinese stock rise, Syria worry