|New Uber CEO Knew of Hack for Months|
While the massive data breach at Uber Technologies Inc. didn’t happen under the watch of the new chief executive, more than two months elapsed before he notified affected customers and drivers of the incident, people familiar with the matter said.
|'Angry Birds' Maker's Shares Dive|
Shares of Rovio Entertainment, the Finnish mobile-gaming firm that makes “Angry Birds,” plunged 20% after it reported a surprise third-quarter loss, a little more than a month after its initial public offering.
|Tesla Delivers the World's Biggest Battery---and Wins a Bet|
An enormous Tesla-built battery system—storing electricity from a new wind farm and capable of supplying 30,000 homes—will be powered up over the coming days, beating the money-back deadline set by CEO Elon Musk.
|Amazon With Pumpkin Pie? Holiday Shopping Starts on Your Phone After Dinner|
Mobile phones have accelerated a fundamental change in holiday shopping: online buying on Thanksgiving.
|Trump Takeaway on Tech: Enforcement Over Regulation|
With its lawsuit against the AT&T-Time Warner deal and plan to roll back net-neutrality rules, the administration is fleshing out a regulatory approach: Instead of the Obama administration’s adoption of bright-line rules, it is stressing the enforcement of longstanding laws and regulations.
|Fed on Track for December Rate Rise, but Inflation Worries Persist|
Federal Reserve officials said at their latest meeting they likely would raise rates “in the near term” as the economy strengthens, although several said their support for the move would hinge on inflation picking up, according to minutes released Wednesday.
|Tax Bill's Fine Print: Making It Tougher for Cities, States to Refinance Debt|
Cities and states across the U.S. are warily bracing for the elimination of the tax exemption on certain bonds they rely on to refinance old bonds.