Germany’s Robert Bosch acquired carpooling start-up, Splitting Fares Inc.
Venezuelan government has officially launched the pre-sale of its “petro” token.
Apple is in talks to buy long-term supplies of cobalt directly from miners for the first time.
AT&T 5G service is going to Dallas, Atlanta and Waco first.
Amazon.com made a $100 million offer to buy August Home in 2016.
Trump calls for ban on “bump stocks,” which are used to make semi-automatic guns more lethal.
Russian trolls tweeted disinformation long before the U.S. election.
Judge blocks AT&T’s request to see White House communications about Time Warner deal.
Dow closes 254 points lower as Walmart posts worst day since January 1988.
According to a USA Today poll, 94 percent of women in Hollywood say they’ve either been sexually harassed or assaulted.
Photo: A Walmart store is seen in Encinitas, California April 13, 2016. Reuters/Mike Blake/File Photo