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It's a question people have been asking for years, as profits keep pushing towards record levels, and corporate cash keeps piling up, while yielding very little. In a piece at Project Syndicate , Mohamed El-Erian offers 5 possible reasons why this is
2 March 2014 62 shares 95 View comments Broadband has become so important to people buying a home that properties without a fast connection are worth up to 20 per cent less than those that do. More and more householders are using media streaming
Whether you love or loathe the idea of allowing cellphone calls during flights, let your voice be heard not necessarily by loudly talking about your opinion in the vicinity of strangers. The Department of Transportation is taking consumer comments on
But it also provides an opportunity for real innovation and smart, functional design work, so like many industries that fits those criteria, it's booming on Kickstarter. This week's Awesome Stuff post focuses on a slice of the tech-accessory world
Stephen Elop himself deserves plenty of credit for pulling Finnish smartphone firm Nokia out of a vicious tailspin that threatened to take Nokia down eventually. And as Microsoft prepares to close its $7.2 billion buyout of Nokia's handset division,
Another senior executive is leaving Sprint Corp, the U.S. wireless company that has seen several key leaders exit since it was acquired last year by Japan's SoftBank Corp (9984.T).
We're getting some new details on Apple CEO Tim Cook from a forthcoming book on Apple in the post Steve Jobs era. The excerpt is largely a profile of Cook. Despite being CEO of the world's most valuable company, there isn't much known about Cook.
Business Insider's coverage of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is sponsored by Intel. Read more » If I had to sum up MWC, the big mobile industry conference in one photo, this would be it: This is a phone from JZH, a six-year-old Chinese
26 Washington: A German court has reportedly dismissed the 2 billion dollar lawsuit filed against Apple for allegedly infringing on a European patent essential to 3G and LTE devices. The German company, IPCom, had sought the said damages by