Wednesday, February 3, 2016
A Massachusetts graduate student who pointed out a glitch that allowed him to briefly "own" the world's most heavily trafficked website has been awarded more than US$12,000 from Google.
After 15 years of near austerity, U.S. airlines are restoring some small perks for passengers crammed into coach.
United Airlines is trying to bring back a bit of the friendly skies, allowing families with young children to board early.
Uber drivers in New York City called Monday for a strike to protest the company's decision to cut fares by 15 percent, as drivers rallied at the ride-sharing app's New York headquarters.
Nintendo Co. reported a 36 percent drop in quarterly profit on Tuesday after lackluster video game sales for the year-end holiday shopping season.
Abbott Laboratories will buy Alere for US$4.8 billion as it tries to expand its medical-testing business.
British oil company BP said fourth-quarter earnings plunged 91 percent because of sharp declines in oil prices.
Now anyone with an Internet connection will be able to watch Warren Buffett dispense his investing insights.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Aetna wrapped up 2015 with a 38-percent surge in fourth quarter earnings but chased that better-than-expected performance with 2016 guidance that misses Wall Street forecasts.
Italian manufacturer Wilier Triestina says it will sue the Belgian cyclist who used a motor on her bike at the cyclo-cross world championships in the latest scandal to rock the sport.