Bidding in a government auction of airwaves has now topped $34 billion in a sign of the increasing demand for mobile broadband.
CEO Dmitry Loschinin describes what's driven the company's growth since its initial public offering in June 2013 and what technologies it's investing in to ensure future growth.
Las Vegas Sands CEO Sheldon Adelson's push to ban online gambling is facing opposition.
Google announced it's testing a new subscription service providing ad-free access to Web sites.
CBS and Dish Network have come to a short-term agreement, preventing a potential blackout for millions of satellite TV subscribers.
Delta Air Lines has reportedly chosen Airbus for an order of 50 wide-body jets worth more than $14 billion at current list prices.
GoDaddy.com is reportedly moving forward with plans for an initial public offering and is said to be seeking a valuation of about $4.5 billion.
Shares of Best Buy are climbing in Thursday trading after the electronics retailer posted better-than-expected third quarter earnings.
Music industry mogul Irving Azoff is demanding that Google's YouTube take about 20,000 songs off of its Web site.
Shares of Target are climbing in Wednesday trading after the retailer reported third-quarter earnings that beat expectations, driven by its performance in the U.S.