The New York Times reports that Yahoo's flat profits underscore the challenges new CEO Marissa Mayer faces in trying to turn around the online firm.
Low on cash, WikiLeaks says it has found a new way of accepting donations by going through a French nonprofit, the Associated Press reports.
The Labor Department says some T-Mobile U.S.-based call-center employees are entitled to government assistance after the company shipped their jobs to other countries, Bloomberg reports.
The FBI's secretive investigative power faces a rare challenge from a phone company, according to the Wall Street Journal.
AT&T has followed rival Verizon Wireless in rolling out out shared data plans, CNET reports.
Google says it has found a way to work around a ban on the import of smartphones from its Motorola Mobility unit that have been found to infringe a Microsoft patent, Reuters reports.
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