HAWTHORNE Calif. (Reuters) - Tesla Motors Inc on Thursday took its first step toward automated driving, unveiling features that will allow its electric sedan to park itself and sense dangerous situations.
(Reuters) - Ice cream and fast-food restaurant chain Dairy Queen has confirmed a security breach that may have compromised the payment card information of customers at several hundred locations across 46 U.S. states.
(Reuters) - GT Advanced Technologies Inc said it will cut 890 jobs, close an Arizona plant expected to make scratch-resistant screens for Apple Inc , and suggested it could pursue legal claims against the iPhone maker while revamping under bankruptcy.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Shares of U.S. chipmakers are expected to remain volatile in coming weeks, options activity showed on Friday, a day after Microchip Technology Inc spooked the market by warning of a broad-based industry downturn.
BERLIN (Reuters) - China and the European Union aim to end a long-running telecoms row next week, the EU's trade chief said on Friday, potentially easing tensions between two of the world's top trading powers.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's Nokia on Friday signed a framework agreement with China Mobile, the world's largest wireless operator, for mobile communication equipment and services worth $970 million to be delivered during 2014 and 2015.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Demand for electronics devices is weakening, according to circuit makers at the base of the industry's food chain, suggesting a long-predicted slowdown in global economic growth may be coming to pass.
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp's chief executive officer suggested on Thursday that women in technology should not ask for raises but have faith in the "system", bringing a torrent of criticism and causing the executive to backtrack after the statement.
(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc , the online juggernaut whose rapid expansion helped derail many a brick-and-mortar retail chain, may soon open its first physical store, at a prime site in Midtown Manhattan, according to The Wall Street Journal.