TATTS Group has received a $7 billion buyout offer from a consortium including Macquarie and KKR.
Anyone in San Francisco can hail a self-driving Uber starting today.
Google parent Alphabet Inc plans to start a ride-sharing service with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NA’s minivans.
JP Morgan and Goldman are expected to lead the IPO of Altice USA.
A group of nearly 60 employees at major tech companies have signed a pledge refusing to help build a Muslim registry
On the eve of her meeting with President-elect Trump, IBM Ceo Ginni Rometty says she plans to hire about 25,000 people and invest $1 billion over the next four years.
Fugitive/whistleblower Edward Snowden says “the central problem of the future” is control of user data.
Marco Rubio joins other Republican Senators voicing concern over the Russian ties of Trump’s Secretary of State pick Rex Tillerson
U.S. households now have over $16,000 in credit-card debt, according to new data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Census Bureau.
Alan Thicke, who played the Dad on “Growing Pains,” has died.
Photo: Visitors walk past the IBM booth at the 9th China International Software Product & Information Service Expo in Nanjing, Jiangsu province September 6, 2013. Reuters/China Daily