Author: Clare Duffy, CNN Business

T-Mobile launches nationwide 5G

T-Mobile on Monday announced the launch of its nationwide 5G network, in what CEO John Legere called "a huge step towards 5G for all."

Sprint may soon be a dead brand

Sprint is a storied American brand, but it's one that could cease to exist if its $26 billion merger with T-Mobile is approved.

Trump wants Apple to be 'building' 5G

President Donald Trump tweeted yesterday after a visit the manufacturing facility in Austin Texas where Apple's Mac Pro is made. His comments raised a lot of questions.

Nordstrom keeps focus on storefronts

The growth of e-commerce has gutted many traditional retailers and led to the shuttering of brick-and-mortar stores. In response, many retail companies have shifted their focus away from physical stores and tried to rapidly grow their digital presence.

US continues temporary authorization for Huawei

The Department of Commerce has again extended the temporary general license allowing American companies to sell to Huawei, the embattled Chinese tech company. The existing temporary license was set to expire Monday.

HP board rejects takeover bid from Xerox

Hewlett-Packard Inc.'s Board of Directors has unanimously rejected a bid to be acquired by Xerox, though it did not completely shut down an effort by Xerox to merge the two aging former tech giants.

Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard Tyson dies at 60

Bernard Tyson, the CEO of Kaiser Permanente, died in his sleep early Sunday at the age of 60, the company confirmed to CNN Business. Tyson had served as chief executive since 2013 and chairman since 2014 after a more than

How every company could become a 'tech' company

These days nearly every company is, or is in the process of becoming, a technology company. Major retailers have mobile apps and robust e-commerce platforms. Banks are getting into cryptocurrency. Grocery stores no longer expect customers to come inside to shop — they can place an order online and pick it up outside the store, or have it delivered right to their homes.