Both the U.S. and China are taking aim at potential weak spots in what could be the first round of a major trade war.
Comcast previously bid to buy a large portion of 21st Century Fox, but Fox instead accepted an offer from The Walt Disney Company.
A federal judge just gave the go-ahead for AT&T to buy Time Warner, a deal that will further consolidate media ownership.
Discover announced a new degree program for eligible U.S. employees.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced an amendment that restores penalties against ZTE for violating sanctions on Iran and North Korea.
A lawyer for the family of the man who died said the report supports his argument that Tesla's system failed. Tesla disagrees.
The Chinese tech company ZTE struck a deal with the U.S. Commerce Department, which will lift crippling sanctions.
The company says it's restarting one of the blast furnaces at its plant in Granite City, Illinois.
The chain announced on Twitter that it's "flippin'" its name from IHOP to IHOb.
Reuters reports the Chinese tech company would have to pay a $1 billion fine, as well as $400 million in escrow in case of future violations.
Howard Schultz has been outspoken on social and political issues, and his departure won't do much to quiet speculation about a run for public office.
The New York Times published a report Sunday outlining the scope of data-sharing deals it says Facebook has in place with dozens of phone-makers.