Fitbit Employees Charged in Jawbone Trade-Secrets Case
U.S. prosecutors have charged six current and former employees of Fitbit with possessing trade secrets stolen from rival company Jawbone.
AT&T Closes Time Warner Deal, as DOJ Doesn't Ask for Delay
AT&T completed its purchase of Time Warner Inc., hours after the Department of Justice decided not to request a legal delay while antitrust officials consider whether to appeal their court defeat.
Media Mogul John Malone Questions Mergers of 'Apples and Oranges'
Comcast and AT&T have made audacious moves to become media distribution and content conglomerates, but John Malone, one of the industry's most powerful players, is skeptical of that approach and doesn't plan to follow suit.
Gender, Diversity in Google's Workforce Barely Shift
The search giant barely raised the number of women and underrepresented minorities among its ranks, while it got less white and more Asian over the past year, according to its annual diversity report.
New York Regulator Says Cable Provider Failed to Meet Broadband Obligation
A New York regulator threatened to revoke its approval of Charter Communications Inc.'s takeover of Time Warner Cable Inc., saying Charter had failed to hit goals for expanding broadband service that were a condition of the deal.
Chinese Smartphone Maker Xiaomi Plans Large Domestic Stock Sale
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp. filed plans to conduct a large portion of its initial public offering in Shanghai-which could help it earn a higher market valuation.
Disney, Comcast Bids for Fox Assets Could Face Regulatory Sticking Point: Sports
Comcast and Disney, rival bidders for assets of 21st Century Fox, have to win over shareholders then fight the next battle in Washington, where regulators are expected to give Fox's regional sports networks a close look.
Top Facebook Strategist to Step Down
Facebook's top policy and communications executive, Elliot Schrage, is stepping down, ending a decadelong tenure at the social-media giant as it faces intense scrutiny for its business practices and commitment to privacy.
A $15,000 iPhone-Hacking Box Has Apple Playing Defense
GrayKey, a $15,000 iPhone-unlocking box sold to police and other U.S. authorities by Atlanta startup Grayshift, is in heavy use with some forensic law-enforcement authorities, prompting Apple to punch back.
Ether Shouldn't Be Subject to SEC Regulation, Official Says
Ether, a cryptocurrency on par with bitcoin, isn't subject to the extensive investor-protection rules the U.S. securities regulator enforces.