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Apple is suing Qualcomm for allegedly charging 'excessive royalties' and withholding payments in retaliation for Apple cooperating with a regulatory investigation into the chip supplier.
Chinese app Meitu -- which has gained popularity in the U.S. within the past two weeks -- is collecting a lot of information about you.
Weeks ago, the Hollywood A-list danced with the Obamas at the White House. On Friday, that building was occupied by a man who offends all their political, moral and aesthetic sensibilities. And Hollywood feels threatened.
The Dow climbed about 100 points on Friday morning as investors around the world await the swearing in of America's 45th president.
President Trump promised to 'buy American and hire American.' He says his policies will create 25 million new jobs, the most of any U.S. president in history. CNNMoney lays out just how hard that will be.
Netflix's "House of Cards" premiered a new teaser for its upcoming fifth season on Inauguration Day.
Elon Musk has more in common with Trump that some might assume, and that relationship could prove to be a boon to his businesses.
Samsung is set to announce the findings of a months-long investigation into the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7.
The Chinese companies will set up an office on the Paramount lot, strengthening ties between the world's two biggest cinema markets.
Economists expect official figures to show that China's economy maintained its "uncanny stability" by growing at 6.7% for a fourth consecutive quarter.
The top U.S. exports to China in 2016 were airplanes, soybeans, cars, electronic parts and machinery.