Nontech companies such as Wal-Mart, Ford and Unilever are hunting for tech deals, spending a total of nearly $10 billion buying venture-backed U.S. startups this year, nearly double the amount last year.
Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son’s ties to Donald Trump could bring rewards for wireless provider and its parent as they pursue bigger U.S. ambitions.
Twitter, in the midst of an identity crisis, turned outward to its millions of users for ideas, with CEO Jack Dorsey tweeting with them about what they hope to see from the social-media service.
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Foxconn plans to build an $8.8 billion television flat-panel factory in Guangzhou, China, depicting the region as an “investment treasure land” amid calls to move tech manufacturing to the U.S.
If you’ve recently unwrapped a new phone, tablet or other gadget, don’t just toss out your old one. You could get some cash for it.