The New York Times Co. announced Wednesday that it would cut 100 newsroom positions, bowing to the financial pressure from declining print revenue that continues to plague papers across the country.
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Two members of an international hacking ring pleaded guilty Tuesday for their roles in stealing $100 million worth of intellectual property and other data from the U.S. Army, Microsoft and several other technology companies, and two other people also have been indicted, the Department of Justice said.
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook is able to track its 1.3 billion users on desktop computers, mobile devices and other websites. Now, advertisers will be able to do the same, using the social-networking service’s data.
SAN FRANCISCO — Facing an Internet outcry about their malleability, Apple’s new iPhones proved fit for daily use, and difficult to bend, in lab tests run by Consumer Reports magazine.
HONG KONG — Hong Kong investors prepared for a stock-market retreat and made arrangements to work outside the financial district amid the biggest police crackdown on protesters since the city returned to Chinese rule.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy expanded in the second quarter at the fastest rate since the last three months of 2011 as companies stepped up investment and households boosted spending.
The automobile ignition switch problem is back “on.”
The French word “terroir” loosely translates to “a sense of place,” and for wine growers, beer brewers and whiskey distillers, it’s defined as differences in climate and soil that give an agriculture-based beverage its flavor.
After two weeks of breathless coverage, we thought we’d scrutinized the iPhone 6 Plus from every angle. But we didn’t think to ask whether it would be compatible with skinny jeans.
Typically, strife in the Middle East means that the price of gas soars.