Medical Testing Giant LabCorp Hit by Ransomware Attack

The medical-testing giant Laboratory Corp. of America is dealing with a broad cyberattack, people familiar with the matter said, the latest breach to disrupt companies that hold sensitive information.

Why the Android Antitrust Case May Not Trouble Google

The European Union’s $5 billion antitrust action against Alphabet’s Google, while historic, ultimately may not prove too onerous.

China Has 487 Electric-Car Makers, and Cities Want More

Partnerships between cities and electric-car startups are springing up all over China, spurred by Beijing’s call for the country to become a world power in electric-vehicle technology and by local governments eager to jump on the bandwagon.

Microsoft Earnings: What to Watch

Microsoft is scheduled to report fiscal fourth-quarter earnings after the market closes Thursday. Here’s what to expect.

Microsoft Earnings: What to Watch

Microsoft is scheduled to report fiscal fourth-quarter earnings after the market closes Thursday. Here’s what to expect.

Biotech IPO Boom Comes With Side Effects

Biotech stocks are hot tickets once again on Wall Street and that is bringing a wave of initial public offerings. The risk is the high demand for these companies is offset by a wave of new supply.

Biotech IPO Boom Comes With Side Effects

Biotech stocks are hot tickets once again on Wall Street and that is bringing a wave of initial public offerings. The risk is the high demand for these companies is offset by a wave of new supply.

Facebook to Take 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.

New York City Council Passes Bill to Regulate Airbnb

The New York City Council on Wednesday voted unanimously to require Airbnb to disclose the names and addresses of its hosts to a city-run enforcement agency in an effort to crack down on illegal units.