- Bits Blog: Distracted Driving and the Risks of Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber
- YouTube Challenger Lets Music Fans Call the Shots
The Media Equation: Hacking at Sony Over ‘The Interview’ Reveals Hollywood’s Failings, Too
Things have gone so deeply wrong so quickly, it is hard to keep track of all the mistakes that led us here.
- F.T.C. Raises Its Voice Under Its Soft-Spoken Chairwoman
- In China, a Rapid Jump to Mobile Advertising
- Bits Blog: Intel Betting on (Customized) Commodity Chips for Cloud Computing
Obama to See if North Korea Should Return to Terror List
President Obama said he would “review” whether to return North Korea to the list, part of a broader government response to a damaging cyberattack on Sony’s Hollywood studio.
- U.S. Asks China to Help Rein In Korean Hackers
- North Korea Warns U.S. Not to Take Sony Action
YouTube’s Chief, Hitting a New ‘Play’ Button
The site is a huge cultural force, but an unfulfilled economic one. Susan Wojcicki’s mission is to change that.
Corner Office: Robert Reid of Intacct: The Culture Always Comes First
A chief executive says an early emphasis on strategy and execution led him to start focusing first on a company’s culture.
- State of the Art: Amazon Not as Unstoppable as It Might Appear
- Obama Vows a Response to Cyberattack on Sony
Business Briefing: Staples Says Breach Affected About 1.2. Million Cards
Criminals used malware that may have allowed access to cardholder names, payment card numbers, expiration dates and card verification codes.
T-Mobile to Pay $90 Million to Settle Claims of Wrongful Phone Charges
The company is the third major mobile phone carrier, after AT&T and Sprint, to settle with regulators over the practice, known as cramming.
- Sued by Google, a State Attorney General Retreats
Staples Says Security Breach May Have Affected 1.16 Million Cards
Office-supply retailer Staples Inc said about 1.16 million payment cards might have been affected by the data breach announced in October.
App City: An App, Memoir, Guesses Your Fondest Memories
Memoir, a time-capsule app that resurfaces photos, Instagram snaps, Facebook posts and more, creates a collage from what it thinks might be your most cherished moments and lets you share them.
- BlackBerry Narrows Loss, But Its Revenue Declines
- Bits Blog: Rent the Runway, a Designer Fashion Start-Up, Raises $60 Million