WASHINGTON - The FBI intends to tell the White House this week that its understanding of how a third party hacked the iPhone of a shooter in San Bernardino, California, is so limited that there’s no point in undertaking a government review of whether the tool should be shared with Apple, officials said.
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In recent days, Wall Street speculation about Dallas-based Comerica Inc. has reached a kind of fever pitch, as analysts and investors say they plan to make grave concerns about the bank’s performance heard at its annual meeting on Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES — The average U.S. airfare dropped to $377 last year, its lowest level since 2010 and down nearly 4 percent from 2014, according to government data released Tuesday.
CHICAGO — The latest spate of layoffs in the retail sector isn’t just a short-term slump, according to a new report by a Credit Suisse analyst.
LOS ANGELES — Apple Inc. announced Tuesday a 13 percent drop in first-quarter sales compared to the same period last year — marking the tech giant’s first quarterly revenue decline in 13 years.
General Electric Co. is overhauling its business, moving away from finance toward big machines such as gas turbines and jet engines. Now the industrial behemoth has a new product to promote its engineering prowess: hot sauce.
LOS ANGELES — The last time Apple Inc. announced a quarterly sales decline, Steve Jobs was celebrating the laptop going mainstream.
Gannett offered to buy Tribune Publishing, the owner of the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune, on Monday in a deal that could reach $815 million and could transform the publishing business during a period of industry decline.
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President Barack Obama said Sunday that he expects Congress to vote on a trade deal with Asia-Pacific nations after the U.S. presidential primaries, and that his administration will complete negotiations on a similar agreement with the European Union by the end of his presidency.