Online payment processor temporarily halts personal payments to and from India and transfers to local banks, as it works with businesses "to address questions they have about the service."
A customer service employee posts a homophobic tweet on Vodafone's official Twitter page. The company is forced to apologize, and he is suspended.
Publisher of confidential and often controversial information says it "will be back soon" and asks for donations to stay afloat.
Senior account manager at the online retailer notifies winery partners via e-mail that it has corked the plan.
AltaRock Energy is one of a few companies pursuing enhanced geothermal systems, a technology that holds lots of promise but has raised concerns about safety.
Officials have dispatched robotic submarines to try to stop oil leaking from a sunken rig on the Gulf of Mexico 130 miles southeast of New Orleans.
The Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers is offering a radically cool eco initiative--possibly the first in the world--by letting guests pedal away on exercise bikes for their meals.
A judge who convicted three Google execs over a video of the bullying of an autistic teen says the company's profit motive was behind his verdict.
NTT DoCoMo stops selling the smartphone after a handful of consumers complain about it overheating.
The BBC Trust has suspended development of Auntie's iPhone apps while it considers the potential effect on the market, with rival publishers howling in protest