BlackBerry failed to anticipate that consumers — not business customers — would drive the smartphone revolution
Apple’s innovation machine is broken, critics said. Look no further than the latest iPhones, which they complained lack the pizzazz to become blockbusters.
Once again, Apple has proved the critics wrong.
The company …
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A top official in the Federal Reserve said the Fed could still choose to slow stimulus policies at a meeting in October, despite an announcement Tuesday that the bond purchase program would continue.
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Blackberry, the once dominant smartphone maker, will cut up to 40% of its workforce by the end of the year, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The company employed 12,700 people as of March, already down from 17,000 employees two years ago, back when its iconic phones represented 14% of the smartphone market. Blackberry now has less …
U.S. stocks soared Monday morning after Lawrence Summers, a top candidate to be the next Federal Reserve chair, withdrew his name from consideration, Bloomberg News reports
Twitter announced on—where else?—that it has filed papers for an initial public offering.
The decision to file has been the source of speculation since Facebook, Twitter’s larger social media counterpart, went public in May 2012. The company has an estimated value of $10 billion and more than 200 million active …
The Mayor of Washington, D.C., vetoed a polarizing bill that would force the city’s largest retailers, including Walmart and Target, to pay employees a higher minimum wage, setting the stage for a potential veto override by the city council.
Dell Shareholders voted today to allow the firm’s founder, Michael Dell, to take the company private with help from private equity firm Silver Lake Partners in a $24.9 billion leveraged buyout.
The deal marks the culmination …
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