Trump’s Budget Cuts Funding for Manufacturing Program

President Trump’s proposed budget calls for eliminating federal funding to a program that supports small manufacturers that the government has said created or protected more than 100,000 jobs in the last fiscal year alone.

Why That Blockbuster Isn’t Coming to Your Home Theater Anytime Soon

Hollywood studios’ push to make movies available for home viewing sooner after theatrical release at a premium price is a casualty of Disney’s deal to acquire most of 21st Century Fox.

Why That Blockbuster Isn’t Coming to Your Home Theater Anytime Soon

Hollywood studios’ push to make movies available for home viewing sooner after theatrical release at a premium price is a casualty of Disney’s deal to acquire most of 21st Century Fox.

U.K. Says Russia Behind Cyberattack That Crippled Global Firms

British officials blamed Russia for last June’s massive “Petya” cyberattack, which crippled computer networks at multinational firms including FedEx, container-ship giant A.P. Moeller-Maersk and pharmaceutical firm Merck & Co.

Cisco to Bring $67 Billion to U.S. After New Tax Law

Cisco Systems plans to bring $67 billion of its foreign cash holdings to the U.S. this quarter following recent changes to U.S. tax law, in one of the largest repatriation plans yet revealed.

Not Just Rockets? SpaceX Gets Boost for Internet SatelliteVenture

A top U.S. regulator recommended approving SpaceX’s plan to provide internet service through satellites, a move that could expand broadband availability across the U.S. and beyond.

House Backs Bill That Would Benefit Fintech Partnerships With Banks

The House approved a bill that would make the resale of high-interest loans more attractive to third-party buyers such as debt collectors—and bolster fintech firms’ partnerships with banks.

Google Will Block Spammy Ads (Just Not Many of Its Own)

Starting on Thursday, Google’s Chrome browser will block certain types of online advertisements, a change Google is describing as user friendly. But some in the industry say the ad giant’s move is self-serving, and they contend Google overly influenced the process that selected which ad types to block.

Why You Should Cut Cable—and What You’ll Miss

YouTube TV’s new lineup makes it the best internet-TV competitor to cable and satellite—but can a $40 plan ever stack up to your cable bundle?

To Fill Jobs in a Tight Labor Market, Employers May Need to Get Creative

Employers, educators and policy makers are wrestling with how best to transfer workers’ current skills into digital-ready skills and then prepare them for new opportunities. Answers are needed as jobs need to be filled.