Why Apple’s Disclosure Changes Are the Right Move
The world's second-most-valuable company is not being coy but rather is clearly communicating its business-model shift, an investor relations expert says.
EU Fines Google $5B Over Android Restrictions
The European Commission says Google has engaged in anticompetitive practices to "cement the dominance of its search engine" on Android devices.
Google Buys HTC’s Pixel Team for $1.1 Billion
The agreement with the Taiwanese firm “further reinforces [Google's] commitment to smartphones and overall investment in its emerging hardware business.”
Smartphone Sales to Rise Only 3.1% in 2016
Research firm IDC cuts its growth forecast from 5.7% and predicts a steeper decline in iPhone sales than originally expected.
Mobile App Installs Climb to $156 Billion in 2015
A new survey sees a maturing market, with the growth of installs and direct revenue slowing by the end of the decade.
Slowdown in Smartphone Sales Seen for 2016
Smartphone shipments will grow 5.7% in 2016, with iPhone shipments declining 0.1%, says IDC.
Samsung to Cut Payrolls, G&A over Slow Android Sales
The South Korean company faces a second slow year.
WWE Goes “Over the Top”: Video
The finance chief of the wrestling entertainment company talks about how it is scaling and partnering to expand its global reach.