Pro-Assad hacking group apparently commandeers the financial information firm's Twitter account, sending out illustrations backing the Syrian president.
The news wire service nixes its "Next" venture after struggling to stay within budget. The company will now focus on revamping and enhancing its existing Web sites.
Matthew Keys says he was told his termination was related to his tweet activity during the Boston Marathon bomber manhunt -- and that his federal indictment was not mentioned.
Years after the Los Angeles Times Web site was supposedly defaced by Anonymous, the U.S. government goes after a former employee who allegedly gave hackers the company's login and password.
An agreement to take the PC maker private is close to completion, Reuters reports, and may be announced next week, with an offer of perhaps $13 to $14 a share.
Huawei CFO Cathy Meng reportedly served on the board of a Hong Kong-based company that tried to sell HP goods to an Iran-based firm.
The facility could be worth nearly twice that much by the time it's finished in 2016, the wire service reports.
The international news source's Web site is the target of repeated hacks that post phony stories, which seem to have the similar theme of being pro-government forces in Syria.
The hack of news agency's tech feed comes two days after its Web site was breached and defaced with a phony pro-Syrian government story.
Bogus posts reported on setbacks suffered by rebel Free Syrian Army fighting Assad regime.