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The spitfire executive teases a big CES announcement, claiming "the competition is going to be toast."
The tech giant's subsidiaries in Russia, Poland, and Mexico paid bribes to officials to secure lucrative government contracts, federal investigators allege.
After a two-year absence, Caroline McCarthy finally makes her return to the show to tell us about her time at Google and why she did the impossible and left.
Hidden amid Hewlett-Packard's second-quarter report is news that up to 16,000 more jobs are on the chopping block.
In a move that's either sheer desperation or sheer genius, Cinemark is rewarding customers with coupons for not using their phones during movies.
LA's Eva restaurant has had it up to here with cell phones. So it's created a businesslike solution: five percent off if you hand it over.
Want Donald Trump to post a picture of his hair when he wakes up? You might just get your wish, if a new site that trades amusing celeb stunts for charity dollars takes off.
Telepresence robots are being deployed to a South Korean prison to help prevent suicides and violence among inmates.
A subsidiary that makes in-flight entertainment and communications systems is under investigation for allegedly paying bribes to secure contracts, according to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
The Wall Street Journal reports that lawyers at the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission are looking into claims in China, Italy, and Romania.