An Apple Inc shareholder proposal critical of the company's app removals in China received a relatively high level of support at the iPhone maker's annual meeting on Wednesday, enough to push the company to respond, experts said.
Microsoft Inc said on Wednesday it does not expect to meet the third-quarter revenue forecast for its 'more personal computing' business, as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Finnish telecom network equipment maker Nokia Oyj is exploring strategic options and is working with advisers to consider potential asset sales and mergers, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to back stricter deadlines for workers to sue retirement plans over alleged mismanagement, ruling Intel Corp cannot avoid a suit accusing it of unlawfully making high-risk investments that cost retirement plan beneficiaries hundreds of millions of dollars.
Apple Inc's shareholders on Wednesday will vote on a proposal critical of its moves to remove apps at the request of the Chinese government and calling on the iPhone maker to report whether it has "publicly committed to respect freedom of expression as a human right."
Panasonic Corp said it would exit solar cell production at Tesla Inc's New York plant, the latest sign of strain in a partnership where Panasonic's status as the U.S. electric vehicle (EV) maker's exclusive battery supplier is ending.
French telecoms companies Bouygues Telecom, Free Mobile, Orange and SFR have made offers for France's new 5G telecoms spectrum, the regulator, Arcep, said on Wednesday.
Panasonic Corp plans to exit solar cell production at Tesla Inc's New York plant, the latest sign of strain in a partnership where Panasonic's status as the U.S. electric vehicle (EV) maker's exclusive battery supplier nears its end.
Japan's Panasonic Corp is considering pulling out of solar cell production at Tesla Inc's plant in New York, said people with direct knowledge of the matter, raising uncertainty over the U.S. firm's struggling solar business.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wednesday a "technical error" on its U.K. website temporarily exposed the personal data of about 150 users.