Electronics & Semiconductors

Official: Idaho computer chip plant makes US more resilient

Chipmaker Micron's planned $15 billion investment in a new factory in the company's hometown of Boise will help protect the United States from the vulnerabilities of a globalized semiconductor market, U.S. Energy Secretary ...

Business

Deliveroo says losses grow, to exit Netherlands

Deliveroo, the international delivery food app, announced Wednesday a big increase in losses as investment costs ate into rising revenues, adding it planned to exit its struggling Netherlands market.

Telecom

Canada telecom execs summoned after wide service outage

The federal industry minister said Sunday he is summoning telecom executives following an outage at Rogers Communications Inc. that disrupted mobile and Internet services across Canada, hampering several crucial services.

Consumer & Gadgets

Musk's dispute with Twitter over bots continues to dog deal

Elon Musk's proposed acquisition of Twitter Inc. may fall apart over his doubts that the company is accurately reporting the number of spam bots on the service, according to a report, even as company executives reiterated ...

Higher costs hit profit at Indian software giant TCS

India's largest software exporter Tata Consultancy Services on Friday reported quarterly earnings that missed analyst estimates, as higher wages and expenses hurt margins despite a strong order book.

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