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  • Rachel Marsden: Trans-Pacific Partnership a bad deal for America

    PARIS -- The good news is that the Obama administration plans to create a lot of new jobs. The bad news is that those jobs will mostly be in Asia. President Obama's recent trip to Asia revived debate about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement,...
  • Apple acknowledges iMessage bug, says fix is coming

    Apple acknowledges iMessage bug, says fix is coming
    Apple has acknowledged a bug within its iMessage system that keeps some users who switch from an iPhone to another maker's smartphone from receiving certain text messages.  IMessage, Apple's messaging system, it allows iPhone, iPad, Mac and other...
  • Review: Apple's CarPlay headed in right direction

    Apple is getting ready to hitch the iPhone to cars in a mobile marriage of convenience. The ambitious project, called CarPlay, implants some of the iPhone's main applications in automobiles so drivers can control them with voice commands, a touch on the...
  • Apple near deal to buy Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion

    Apple Inc. is nearing a deal to buy Beats Electronics LLC, the premium headphone maker that recently launched a subscription streaming music service.  The Cupertino tech giant would pay $3.2 billion for Beats, according to a person with knowledge of the...
  • Apple may be buying Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion

    Apple may be buying Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion
    Apple Inc., in what would be the largest acquisition ever for the tech giant, is close to buying high-end headphone maker Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion. The talks between Apple of Cupertino, Calif., and Beats Electronics of Culver City were first...
  • Meet the next building that will try to blow Silicon Valley's mind

    Meet the next building that will try to blow Silicon Valley's mind
    The architectural renaiassance in Silicon Valley seems to be still gathering steam. In a region not known for its notable buildings, tech companies and developers now seem intent on changing the region's drab image.  The latest entry in the valley's...
  • Apple's interest in Beats Electronics stirs speculation

    More than a decade after it revolutionized the music industry with the launch of iTunes, Apple Inc. remains the world's largest music retailer and one of the most recognized brands. So why, exactly, does it need to buy Beats Electronics' headphone and...
  • Apple to introduce iPad app split-screen feature in iOS 8, report says

    Apple to introduce iPad app split-screen feature in iOS 8, report says
    Multitaskers, rejoice: Apple is reportedly planning on adding a split-screen feature to the iPad that will allow the tablet to run two apps at the same time.  The Cupertino-based tech company will introduce the feature in iOS 8, the next version of...
  • Value of stock buybacks up sharply in fourth quarter, led by Apple

    Value of stock buybacks up sharply in fourth quarter, led by Apple
    The value of stock buybacks by U.S. companies jumped in the fourth quarter of last year, led by repurchases by Apple Inc. and other technology giants. Companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 repurchased $126 billion of stock in the fourth quarter...
  • ETF that models billionaires' investments to launch in spring

    IBillionaire Inc., a company that models investments of the world's wealthiest people, plans to offer an exchange traded fund this spring that will allow the public to "invest like a billionaire," its top executive said Tuesday. After receiving about $1...
  • Einhorn sounds cautious tone about stock market

    Hedge-fund manager David Einhorn is sounding a cautious tone about stocks. In a conference call with analysts, Einhorn said last year's massive run for stocks was fueled in part by misleading earnings reports. "In 2013 the market rewarded many...