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Investors eyeing the pending AT&T-DIRECTV merger deal scored big Wednesday. That's because the NFL extended its NFL Sunday Ticket deal with DIRECTV, thereby keeping the AT&T-DIRECTV deal intact.
10/01/14 - 05:57 PM EDT
GM confirms three new plug-in electric cars, including a pure EV and a range-topping Cadillac luxury sedan.
10/01/14 - 05:14 PM EDT
Banks, credit-card companies, plus Apple and Google, are all promising safe payment products.
10/01/14 - 11:25 AM EDT
The new version of Windows is designed to be user friendly like Win 7 with added tablet and cloud features.
10/01/14 - 09:15 AM EDT
UPS got a black eye for Christmas last year. So the company is investing in four key areas to avoid shipping delays this year.
10/01/14 - 06:10 AM EDT
Shares of eBay spiked, following the company's double whammy announcement: PayPal will be spun off from eBay and it's saying so long to its CEO. Move soars on buyout.
09/30/14 - 04:54 PM EDT
The NFL loses federal support of its rule taking home games off television when attendance drops, but big broadcast money and audiences may kill blackouts entirely.
09/30/14 - 04:16 PM EDT
EBay shares surged roughly 8% on Tuesday following the e-commerce company's decision to spin off its payment processing unit PayPal. Here's what analysts said.
09/30/14 - 02:38 PM EDT
Ideas include a new way to "refresh" your clothing, a calculating kitchen scale and a 21st century hair growing machine.
09/30/14 - 01:01 PM EDT
U.S. law enforcement officials are speaking out against Apple and Google's steps to strengthen privacy protections guarding personal data on smartphones.
09/30/14 - 01:34 PM EDT
HP introduced its new line of inexpensive Windows laptops and tablets designed to compete, head-on, with Google's popular Chromebooks and Android tablets.
09/30/14 - 12:58 PM EDT
eBay announced Tuesday that it plans to spin off its PayPal business into a separate, publicly traded company in 2015.
09/30/14 - 12:08 PM EDT