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NEW YORK (AP) — Following in Verizon's footsteps, AT&T Inc. said Wednesday that it will introduce wireless plans that let subscribers connect up to 10 phones or other devices.
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Swedish wireless equipment maker LM Ericsson saw its second-quarter profits slashed to almost a third as sales of network infrastructure slowed in China and Russia and the company focused on the more stable — but less profitable — business of offering support services to operators.
NEW YORK (AP) — The uncertain global economy will serve as a challenging backdrop as IBM Corp. reports its quarterly financial results Wednesday.
NEW YORK (AP) — EBay Inc. is expected to post higher earnings and revenue when it reports its second-quarter results on Wednesday after the market closes, helped by its fast-growing PayPal segment and its e-commerce business.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — A New Zealand judge has stepped down from overseeing the extradition case of Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom after jokingly referring to the United States as "the enemy."
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — As a top executive at Google for the past 13 years, Marissa Mayer played an instrumental role in developing many of the services that have tormented Yahoo as its appeal waned among Web surfers, advertisers and investors.
NEW YORK (AP) — "Another piece of good news today," tweeted the expectant mom, announcing to her online followers that she and her husband are awaiting a baby boy.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Just a few hours after Yahoo ushered in Marissa Mayer as its new CEO Tuesday, the struggling Internet company's second-quarter earnings tempered some of the excitement surrounding her hiring.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Like a lot of math geeks, Marissa Mayer enjoys tackling complex problems. She will find plenty of those as the latest CEO at Yahoo. The troubled company has turned into a vexing brain-twister as its financial performance has steadily deteriorated even though it still boasts one of the Internet's biggest audiences and best-known brands.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Facebook users in Washington state will have something else to brag about to their online friends: that they registered to vote on Facebook.