ANKARA, Turkey (AP) - A Turkish court issued an order on Wednesday allowing authorities in the country to block Internet access to the anti-Islam movie that has sparked violent protests across the Muslim world, an official said.
Binali Yildirim, the minister in charge of transportation and
By DANIEL WAGNERAP Business Writer
U.S. stocks meandered sideways Monday as fears about Europe overshadowed recent excitement about central banks' efforts to boost the market.
Stocks opened lower, recovered by mid-afternoon to nearly flat and closed down modestly.
An index of business
By GENE JOHNSONAssociated Press
SEATTLE (AP) - A French-owned telecommunications company has agreed to pay $4.2 million to settle a whistleblower's lawsuit over the testing of a 911-style emergency response system in Iraq, the Justice Department said Friday.
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NEW YORK (AP) - T-Mobile on Wednesday named the former CEO of Global Crossing, John Legere, as its new chief executive.
T-Mobile USA, which is based in Bellevue, Wash., is the U.S. cellphone business of Germay's Deutsche Telekom AG. The country's fourth-largest wireless carrier, it has been
By YINKA IBUKUNAssociated Press
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) - Despite all its cutting-edge technology, Google Inc. has turned to the humble text message to break into Nigeria's booming economy.
The search engine has started a service in Nigeria, as well as in Ghana and Kenya, which enables mobile
By The Associated Press
Telecommunications companies have been releasing their earnings reports for the latest quarter. Here is a summary of reports for selected telecommunications companies and what they reveal about their own and the industry's prospects.
- July 19: Verizon Communications
By ZEINA KARAMAssociated Press
BEIRUT (AP) - In a rare public appearance, the leader of the militant Hezbollah group exhorted hundreds of thousands of supporters Monday to keep up the campaign against an anti-Islam video that has unleashed deadly violence and anger at the United States across
By The Associated Press
THE CHALLENGE: The Canadian Competition Bureau is suing the country's three biggest wireless carriers and an industry association over what it calls "misleading" advertising of texting services.
DAMAGES SOUGHT: It is seeking US$10.25 million (CA$10 million) each in
By CHARMAINE NORONHAAssociated Press Writer
TORONTO (AP) - The Canadian Competition Bureau said Friday it is suing the country's three biggest wireless carriers and an industry association for US$31.79 million (CA$31 million) in customer refunds over what it called "misleading" advertising
By JENNIFER KAYAssociated Press
MIAMI (AP) - A Haitian-American journalist sued by Haiti's prime minister in a defamation lawsuit is standing by his reporting.
Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe filed a lawsuit Monday in Miami federal court against the weekly newspaper Haiti-Observateur and its