Apple Inc. took dual steps to reassure investors concerned with its growth prospects, reporting a surge in iPhone sales and giving its shareholder payout program a $30 billion boost.
Apple Inc. said technology letting drivers use iPhones with voice commands or steering-wheel buttons will be available in vehicles as early as this year.
Meg Whitman, who built her career at companies that sell shoes, toys and Beanie Babies to consumers, may be ill-prepared to lead computer maker Hewlett- Packard Co. as it seeks to cater more to large corporations.
Google Inc.’s Android software for mobile devices has opened up a wide lead in market share, yet it hasn’t made the same inroads with a lucrative niche: businesspeople.
Yang Yuanqing is showing his global ambition.
Apple Inc. this holiday season will have to prove it’s what’s on the inside that matters most.
Revelations of widespread spying by the U.S. government could bring big financial fallout to the cloud-computing industry, according to a Washington-based think tank.
Google Inc., drawing from its $56.5 billion cash pool, is spending more money than five of its biggest U.S. competitors combined to buy into new markets as growth in Web advertising slows.
Dell Inc. declined the most in three months after cutting this year’s profit forecast as revenue from corporate customers fails to counter shrinking personal computer sales.
"They're now strongly associated with the premium mobile platform and mobile devices."
- Frank Gillett on Jul 15, 2014
Gillis Says Apple Announcement `No Big Surprise'