The refrain from Ohio State Senator Nina Turner’s campaign manager was familiar — one that all candidates embrace, if warily, over the course of a race.
Google Inc. isn’t immune to setbacks caused by the global shift to mobile computing.
Egypt’s military-backed government yanked a steamy movie starring Lebanese bombshell Haifa Wehbe from the country’s theaters, raising new cries that it’s trampling free speech.
Apple Inc. wants to help you name that tune.
Google Inc.’s costs are rising as the search provider finds it harder to keep up with a shift to advertising on mobile phones and sales fell short of estimates.
Twitter Inc. is buying longtime partner Gnip Inc., seeking to offer more insight into trends, breaking news and other data from more than half a billion tweets posted each day.
Walt Disney Co.’s $950 million agreement by buy Maker Studios was reaffirmed by the online video company, putting a quick end to a last-minute offer from Relativity Media LLC.
Relativity Media, producer of “The Social Network,” made a $1.1 billion offer for YouTube video supplier Maker Studios Inc., a person with knowledge of the matter said, countering Walt Disney Co.’s $950 million bid.
Twitter Inc. is seeking to ease tensions in Turkey amid accusations from Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s administration that the U.S. company evades taxes and refuses to abide by Turkish law.
Tanya Graber, a resident of Switzerland, researched fashion retailer Aldo on the Internet before her vacation to New York City.
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