Citigroup to Overhaul Prestige Rewards as Competition Heats Up
The bank is revamping some of the benefits on its premium credit card in an effort to sweeten the deal for coveted consumers who are big spenders.
Dow Jones Inadvertently Exposed Some Customers' Information
An error by Dow Jones left addresses and other information about subscribers to some of its products, including The Wall Street Journal, exposed to possible unauthorized access.
Messaging App Telegram to Boost Efforts to Remove Terror-Linked Content
The co-founder of encrypted messaging app Telegram said Sunday that it will put together a team of moderators who are familiar with Indonesia's language and culture to remove terrorist-linked content after Indonesia's government limited access to the service and threatened a complete ban.
New Jets Threaten Airbus and Boeing Duopoly
The nearly two-decade global dominance by Airbus and Boeing of the so-called single-aisle airliner market is threatened by three new competitors from China, Russia and Canada.
Why Earnings Don't Matter at Netflix
Netflix investors can't seem to quit their favorite metric for measuring success: net subscriber additions. That could help Netflix stock when it reports second-quarter earnings but may not serve investors in the long run.
How Apple vs. Samsung Became a Smartphone Beauty Contest
As Apple Inc.'s 10th anniversary iPhone approaches, Samsung Electronics Co.'s new Galaxy S8, with a curvaceous display screen, is raising the design stakes.
Apple Tests the Faithful
Rumors that Apple's new iPhone will arrive late-and at a much higher price-complicates Wall Street's hopes for a "supercycle." Apple's faithful will likely go along, but will the mass market?
Elon Musk Lays Out Worst-Case Scenario for AI Threat
Artificial intelligence will threaten all human jobs and could even spark a war, Tesla and SpaceX Chief Executive Elon Musk told the National Governors Association, as he called for the creation of a regulatory body to guide development of the powerful technology.
Sino-Forest Committed Fraud, Canadian Regulator Says
Canada's top securities watchdog ruled that four executives of Sino-Forest Corp. committed fraud through fictitious transactions, inflating the assets and revenues of the once-highflying Chinese timber company.
Sprint Met With Buffett, Malone About Investment
Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son has engaged Warren Buffett and cable mogul John Malone in discussions about participating in a deal with the wireless company, people familiar with the situation say.