The UN vote rebukes the U.S. for recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
International cable company Liberty Global is in advanced talks to sell its Austrian unit UPC Austria to Deutsche Telekom in a deal worth about $2 billion.
The Justice Department is reportedly investigating a self-help group in which women are branded.
SEC wins asset freeze in lawsuit alleging $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme.
Apple has acknowledged what many iPhone owners long suspected: It has slowed older phones.
Congress races to fund the government and avert a shutdown.
NFL Network executive David Eaton has resigned amid complaints about a hostile work environment for female employees — and a history of sexually explicit conversations on Twitter.
Long Island Iced Tea shares went gangbusters after changing its name to Long Blockchain.
U.S. lawmakers seek temporary extension to internet spying program.
Photo: A logo of Germany’s telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom AG is seen before the company’s annual news conference in Bonn, Germany, March 2, 2017. Reuters/Wolfgang Rattay/File Photo