GE Capital said its 2012 financing of projects in telecommunications, media and technology rose nearly 9 percent last year to $3.7 billion.
AT&T said it will rollout 4G LTE services on most vehicles from General Motors starting in 2014.
Intel Corp. announced its new Atom “Clover Trail+” chips geared at winning momentum in the burgeoning market for smartphones and tablets.
It's Tim Cook’s turn to face the music when Apple holds its annual meeting on Wednesday. HP's Meg Whitman and Michael Dell know the challenge.
A U.S. District Court judge backed Greenlight Capital management’s challenge to Apple by barring a shareholder vote on bylaws this week.
Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Meg Whitman quashed speculation, saying, “We have no plans to break up the company.”
With major problems from cyberattackers on earthbound computer networks, IBM's mobile security chief says mobile networks can be safe.
The attackers were able to download customer email addresses and subject lines of emails, Zendesk said.
Oracle Corp. announced three advanced software products for financial institutions to minimize risk, improve credit analysis and monitor capital requirements.
Hewlett-Packard Co. reported first-quarter earnings that blew past estimates despite slumps in sales of PCs and services as a result of CEO Meg Whitman’s massive cuts.
China’s Lenovo Group said Jerry Yang, co-founder of Yahoo, will be an “observer” on its board of directors, although he won’t have a vote.
Activist investor David Einhorn plans a major push against Apple Thursday in a webcast urging a vote against a bylaw change.
IMB said the goal is to harmonize computer networks with growing numbers of employees who use mobile devices like laptops and smartphones
Will President Obama's cybersecurity directive protect U.S. companies and networks from Chinese hackers?
Red Hat, the biggest seller of open-source Linux software, will make products available to the open-source community to speed cloud applications.
A U.S. District Court judge reserved decision on Greenlight Capital's challenge to Apple after indicating sympathy with the challenger.
When Hewlett-Packard reports first-quarter results on Thursday, investors expect another decline. How much longer will revenue fall?
For the first time since its 2004 initial public offering, shares of Google closed above $800, valuing the search engine and media company at nearly $266 billion.
Amazon said its Entertainment Collectibles Store will start selling 350,000 items from leading entertainment from the Beatles to "Silver Linings Playbook."
Amazon said it had bolstered its fastest-growing unit, Amazon Web Services, by adding AWS OpsWorks, design software tools.