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Obamacare may not be the political issue it was this time last year, when a faltering Web site threatened to derail the program, but that doesn't mean it's in the clear. Ongoing legal challenges to one aspect of the law could still put its coverage expansion in serious jeopardy.Read full article >>
Computing giant IBM became one of the most iconic companies in the United States largely thanks to its groundbreaking hardware, securing a torrent of patents that spanned the tech world, from big servers to tiny chips.Read full article >>
Apple?s big-screen phones were a massive hit, boosting the company?s quarterly profit to a record level, well past the expectations of Wall Street analysts.
In three months, the electronics giant posted $42.1 billion in sales and $8.5 billion in profit, driven largely by sales of the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which sport much larger screens than previous models. The quarterly profit is up 13.3 percent from the same period last year, when Apple unveiled the iPhone 5s and sold 33.8 million units, the company said Monday.Read full article >>
USIS, the embattled major federal contractor, suffered another blow Monday after government lawyers determined that the Department of Homeland Security recently issued the company a lucrative contract without taking into account allegations of fraud against the company.Read full article >>
FBI officials on Monday said there was no evidence that the hack of JPMorgan Chase and other U.S. banks? networks was payback for western sanctions against Russia.
?There?s no indication that [they came] as a result of the sanctions,? said FBI Cyber Division Assistant Director Joseph M. Demarest, speaking to reporters and rejecting suggestions raised in earlier media reports that the intrusions were in retaliation for sanctions.Read full article >>