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With some of the biggest players in the wireless world debuting their newest products and services at Mobile World Congress, here's the biggest news to come out of the show.
Apple has officially overtaken Samsung as the leader in global smartphone sales.
Although recent popular films like 'Fifty Shades of Grey' have lured people back to the multiplex, box office attendance is still on the decline.
Just ahead of the Mobile World Congress wireless show, Samsung unveiled two new smartphones that boast a new look as well as technology for mobile payments.
Google is making another big bet on renewable energy.
Intel's Kirk Skaugen previews what to expect at Mobile World Congress, which will showcase the latest developments in mobile technology.
Ethan Allen Interiors chairman and chief executive officer Farooq Kathwari reveals the company's new initiatives to completely replace 70% of its product line with new designs by fall 2015.
The Federal Communications Commission voted in favor of net neutrality on Thursday, reclassifying broadband as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act.
After a solid 2014 for freight transport providers, some industry experts expect truckers to drive a rise in mergers and acquisitions this year.