Apple Inc. asked the U.S. Supreme Court to clear the way for the iPhone maker to secure hundreds of millions in damages from Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. in a case over smartphone design patents today.
Samsung is partnering with IBM to work on new potential applications for the technology underlying Bitcoin
Apple's made mobile payments look easy in the U.S., but international markets aren't biting.
U.S. stock index futures fell in low volume on Monday, putting Wall Street on track for a lower open on the first trading session since Friday's surprisingly weak jobs data.
The Swiss franc rose alongside metals, causing stocks to fluctuate.
Emerging-market currencies strengthened, bonds from Poland to Turkey gained and stocks advanced for a second day as the European Central Bank unexpectedly cut all three policy rates.
The two companies agreed to build a power plant in Ontario, which is expected to go live next year.
Apple Inc. won more than $290 million in damages from Samsung Electronics Co. for patent infringement in a do-over trial that restored most of the amount cut from the iPhone maker’s jury victory in 2012.
Apple Inc.’s forecast for the slowest holiday sales growth in a half decade reflects how iPhones and iPads aren’t providing the growth surges they once did as competition accelerates in the saturated mobile market.