Target Discusses Breach With State Attorneys

Target Corp. moved on Monday to allay rising concerns from state attorneys general over its 20-day security breach.


U.S. Safety Agency Launches Investigation Into Tesla Fires

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it would launch a formal investigation into recent fires that destroyed two Tesla Motors Inc. Model S electric cars that had run over metal debris.

Kids Won’t Read Investigative Journalism — But Maybe They’ll Play a Videogame With the Same Message

The Center for Investigative Reporting pours what it knows about school lunches into the App Store.


Microsoft Bribe Probe Reaches Into Pakistan, Russia Deals

A U.S. investigation into Microsoft Corp.’s relationships with business partners that allegedly bribed foreign officials in return for contracts includes activity in Russia and Pakistan, a sign that the probe is wider reaching than previously known, according to people familiar with the matter.


EU Launches Probe Into Telecom Companies

The European Commission’s antitrust authority Thursday said it has opened an investigation into Internet service providers over concerns that they may have abused their dominant market position.

Facebook’s General Counsel Ullyot to Depart the Company

The man who stopped the Winklevii leaves the building.

LivingSocial Hack Update: Investigation Ongoing, While Emails Out to 50 Million Users

On the bright side … actually, there is no bright side.


Panasonic Draws U.S. Bribery Probe

U.S. authorities are investigating whether a unit of Japanese electronics giant Panasonic Corp. paid bribes abroad to land business, according to company documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.


U.S. Lawmakers Say Huawei Poses Security Threat

A Chinese telecommunications giant that has been attempting to expand in the U.S. poses a national-security threat and may have violated U.S. laws, according to a congressional investigation.