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Founding a startup can be a lot like marriage: There's love and excitement in the early days, but many end in messy breakups and lawsuits.
Standard & Poor's announced Wednesday that the social networking giant will be added to the benchmark index after the market closes on December 20, and will also be added to the S&P 100.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Thursday lost its bid to ban sales of Apple Inc's older iPhone and iPad in South Korea, as a court dismissed a lawsuit claiming the U.S. firm had infringed three of Samsung's mobile patents.
The company that manages a fleet of airplanes owned and leased by Google Inc executives Larry Page, Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt improperly bought fuel from the government at below-market rates, for a savings of up to $5.3 million according to a report released by the NASA Inspector General on Wednesday.
The body of Dutch former Roman Catholic bishop of Roermond and of the Diocese of Reykjavik, Jo Gijsen, placed up on a bier in a monastery in Sittard on June 26, 2013.
Until now, the music streaming company has provided a free streaming service exclusively for PCs running Microsoft Windows or Apple Mac OS X. Mobile users were forced to pay $10 a month for a premium service in order to stream music to their devices.
Shares of the oil pipeline owner climbed $4.94, or 21.5 percent, to $27.94 in midday trading on Wednesday.
Twitter shares hit a new high Tuesday, leading the way on a day of big gains for Internet stocks, as the microblogging service climbed to roughly twice the price the company set for its initial public offering last month.
The companies say 8- technology companies including Google, Facebook, Apple and Twitter have issued a letter to President Obama asking for reforms in the way the government conducts surveillance.
In this Friday, Sept. 20, 2013, file photo, a sales person pulls out an iPhone 5s for a customer during the opening day of sales of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5C, in Hialeah, Fla The phone's camera is among the best for everyday shots, and improvements in the 5S make it better for low-light shots, too.
The man who changed the way the world listens to music, watches movies and speaks to each other is limply profiled in "Jobs," starring Ashton Kutcher as the notoriously difficult, yet wildly innovative, computer entrepreneur who died at the age of 56 in 2011.
"The growth in online giving during #GivingTuesday exceeded everyone's expectations," said Steve MacLaughlin, director of the Idea Lab at Charleston, S.C.-based Blackbaud.
European Union regulators have fined drugmakers Johnson & Johnson and Novartis 16.3 million euros for blocking the sale of a cheaper generic rival to their painkiller fentanyl.
A Google Inc commuter bus was blocked in San Francisco's Mission district for about a half hour Monday morning, highlighting many residents' growing concern that an influx of affluent technology workers is driving up costs in the city.
Even as Silicon Valley speaks out against the U.S. government's surveillance methods, technology companies are turning a handsome profit by mining personal data and peering into people's online habits.