By CIARAN GILESAssociated Press
MADRID (AP) - Spain's finance minister insisted again Wednesday that the country does not need a full-blown bailout, even as the country's sky-high borrowing costs remained at dangerous levels.
The interest rate, or yield
By DAVE CARPENTERAP Personal Finance Writer
CHICAGO (AP) - It's gut-check time for investors. Again.
Greek elections on Sunday kicked off two potentially tumultuous weeks in the European debt crisis. Once the two weeks are behind them, investors still face
By MARK STEVENSONAssociated Press
MEXICO CITY (AP) - The world's richest man, Mexican telecommunications billionaire Carlos Slim, has acquired an 8.4 percent stake in Argentina's newly state-controlled oil and gas producer, YPF S.A., but it's unclear what he intends
By MATTHEW CRAFTAP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks recorded their third big gain of the week and closed at a one-month high Friday because of expectations that the central banks of countries around the world will step in to limit the damage from a debt crisis in Europe
MEXICO CITY (AP) - Mexico's anti-trust regulators announced Thursday they will allow the country's two largest broadcasters to form an alliance in cellphone service, but only if their own industry is opened to more competition through the auctioning of new television
LONDON (AP) - Shares in British Sky Broadcasting and telecommunications company BT PLC have fallen sharply after the two companies paid a higher-than-expected price for rights to carry Premier League football matches.
BSkyB paid 2.28 billion pounds ($3.54 billion
By The Associated Press
CYBERATTACK: A hacking group says it attacked the website of an Indian state-owned telecommunications provider, accusing it of censoring content on the Internet. One site was down for at least six hours, though the company denied any knowledge of an
By ROD McGUIRKAssociated Press
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) - Australia's defense minister said Wednesday he was protecting the confidentiality of government communications after a newspaper reported he left his delegation's laptop computers and cellphones behind before
By BECKY BOHRERAssociated Press
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - Two Alaska telecommunications companies on Tuesday announced a joint venture that they say should create the fastest wireless network in the state.
The announcement by General Communication Inc., or GCI, and
By The Associated Press
Here is a summary of reports for selected telecommunications companies and what they reveal about their own and the industry's prospects:
April 19: Verizon Wireless gained 501,000 subscribers under contract-based plans in the quarter