Square’s loss widens, but revenue beats estimates in the company’s first report since its IPO
John Gutfeund, known as the “King of Wall Street” at Solomon Brothers, dies at 86.
Nasdaq to buy ISE options exchange from Deutsche Boerse for $1.1 billion.
Tech companies could face civil penalties for withholding encrypted data under new legislation nearing completion in the Senate.
A Google computer beat one of the world’s top players in a round of GO, reputed to be the most complex board game ever created.
NYT’s tech columnist says the Echo from Amazon is the “most promising candidate” for the next must-have gadget.
A long-shot Senate bill would limit airline carriers’ hefty charges for bags, ticket changes and cancellations.
Mutual funds resist an SEC plan to require more ready cash.
Iran tests two ballistic missiles reportedly designed to reach Israel.
Photo of Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square and CEO of Twitter, courtesy of Reuters/Lucas Jackson