Facebook to Start Taking Down Posts That Could Lead to Violence

In response to attacks on individuals in Sri Lanka and Myanmar, the social-media platform will remove information if posts are flagged by local partners as potentially leading to violence.

Justice Department Wants to Speed Appeal of AT&T-Time Warner Deal

The Justice Department on Wednesday sought to fast-track its appeal of the court decision allowing AT&T to buy Time Warner, while offering the first hints of its legal arguments for the next phase of proceedings.

IBM Rides New Businesses to Higher Revenue, Profit

IBM reported higher profit and sales for its latest quarter, with newer businesses like cloud computing contributing more than half of total revenue.

Europe’s Google Decision Brings New Calls for U.S. Action

The European Union’s latest move to rein in Google puts pressure on U.S. regulators and lawmakers to curb the power of the Silicon Valley giant—a step Americans have thus far been reluctant to take.

Private-Equity Firm Silver Lake Offers to Invest $500 Million in iHeartMedia

Private-equity firm Silver Lake has reached out to iHeartMedia and its largest creditor group with an offer to invest about $500 million in the radio station operator.

Netflix Creating Comedy Radio Channel With SiriusXM

The streaming-content giant has cut a deal with the satellite-radio broadcaster to create an outlet for its comedy content.

IBM Earnings: What to Watch

International Business Machines is scheduled to announce second-quarter earnings Wednesday after the market closes. Here’s what to look for.

EU’s Google Fine Threatens to Shake Mobile Industry

When the first Android phone went on sale a decade ago, Google made a bet: Its free operating system would hook smartphone makers. Now that business model may need an upgrade.

Samsung to Launch Foldable-Screen Phone Early Next Year

Samsung is planning to introduce a foldable-screen smartphone early next year, as the world’s largest phone maker eyes a splashy device that can help boost longer-term demand for its slumping handset business.

Musk Apologizes for Calling Cave Rescuer a Pedophile

Tesla’s chief executive apologized for lashing out at the British cave explorer who dismissed his efforts to help rescue the youth soccer team trapped in a Thai cave.