Susanna Ray’s career as a journalist over the past two decades has spanned beats as diverse as politics, the military and business as she has traveled in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America. She most recently covered aviation for nine years for Bloomberg News, based in Frankfurt, Chicago and Seattle.
She holds bachelor’s degrees in communications and German language & literature from the University of Washington in Seattle.
Facebook celebrated its 12th birthday with a 'Friends Day' that included personalized videos for users.
Analysts upgraded Apple with a bullish view of iPhone sales in China, while Google's moves show it's readying a challenge to Facebook on virtual reality.
Details about BlackBerry's new Priv smartphone keep emerging and pleasing investors, along with improvements to its BBM messaging service and an agreement to make anti-spy phones with Tata.
Microsoft dove deeper into the hardware business with its first laptop, the Surface Book, while Twitter launched curated groups of tweets called 'Moments' to help revive growth.
AT&T rose after it reached the 'best deal in the industry' on Viacom's TV brands for its DirecTV subscribers, and BlackBerry climbed amid positive previews of its new Priv smartphone.
Apple and Google were once again named the world's top global brands, and Twitter gained as it named Jack Dorsey as its CEO.
Nexstar Broadcasting surged 8% as an activist investor in its acquisition target, Media General, urged the company to sell itself to Nexstar rather than buy magazine publisher Meredith Corp.
Google unveiled multiple new devices Tuesday that will compete with Apple, Microsoft and Amazon as they help users better connect their smartphones and televisions.
Major technology stocks, including Apple, Google and Twitter, fell Monday, as the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index declined more than 3%.
Sprint doesn't plan to bid in next year's U.S. auction of wireless airwaves, a move some consider short-sighted and a blow to its competitiveness.
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