FDA Plans New Medical-Device Approval Processes

The FDA plans new medical-device approval processes to speed products’ entry to the U.S. market, mirroring the desires of the industry and President Trump.

Want to See a World Without Net Neutrality? Look at These Old Cellphone Plans

With rules governing internet services set to be rolled back, service providers and their detractors are envisioning new models that could translate into a wider range of fees—both lower and higher.

SoftBank to Invest More in OneWeb

Japan’s SoftBank Group has agreed to invest roughly $500 million more in satellite broadband provider OneWeb, according to a person familiar with the details.

New York Power Authority Powers Up Tool to Keep Tabs on Network

The New York Power Authority, the largest state public utility in the U.S., has flipped the switch on a digital system to monitor its 16 power plants and 1,400 miles of transmission lines.

U.S. Bitcoin Futures Climb in First Day of Trade

Trade in the first bitcoin futures sparked a swift run-up in the price of the digital currency, while the exchange provider’s website experienced outages from heavy traffic.

Meet Your New Boss: An Algorithm

Traditional employers like General Electric are using artificial intelligence and other elements of the work-on-demand business model to manage traditional full-time workforces.

Electric-Vehicle Bulls Shake Up Metals Markets

Investors are scooping up a wide range of metals and mining stocks, betting that electric vehicles will transform commodity markets. Some, though, wonder how the rally might end.

The First Women in Tech Didn’t Leave—Men Pushed Them Out

Women filled computer-programming jobs in the U.S. and U.K. after World War II, but as government and business professionalized programming, the decline of female coders began.

How Amazon Picks Its Seemingly Random Deals of the Day

Third-party merchants slash prices and stockpile inventory in hopes Amazon.com will select their items for holiday promotion—which can boost sales all season.

How Amazon Picks Its Seemingly Random Deals of the Day

Third-party merchants slash prices and stockpile inventory in hopes Amazon.com will select their items for holiday promotion—which can boost sales all season.