Reuters reports that Amazon is gearing up to launch its own music streaming service in late summer or early fall.
Gawker filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, in the wake of a massive judgment against it in the Hulk Hogan sex tape case, and is putting itself up for sale. (The opening bidder is digital media company ZiffDavis.)
With less than two weeks to go before the Brexit referendum, a survey found a 10-point lead for ‘leave’.
Six U.S. airlines — American, Frontier, JetBlue, Silver Airways, Southwest and Sun Country — will resume service from the U.S. to Cuba, with a total of 155 roundtrip flights per week.
Citigroup sued AT&T, claiming trademark rights to the word “thanks”.
The SEC charged a 64 year-old man with luring women into a multimillion-dollar investment scam via online dating platforms.
Angola’s sovereign wealth fund, worth $5 billion, has earmarked 60 percent of its capital for investment in regional private equity.
The FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton’s unsecured private server reportedly centers on emails about a CIA drone strike in Pakistan.
A USA Today investigation turned up thousands of lawsuits against Donald Trump, including at least 60 that accuse him of stiffing workers and contractors.
Photo: A zoomed illustration image of a man looking at a computer monitor showing the logo of Amazon is seen in Vienna November 26, 2012. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger