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Bitcoin experts have weighed into a debate regarding the legal status of the cryptocurrency following a ruling last week.
Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon.com Inc, has become the world's third-richest person as of the market close for the first time, Forbes magazine said.
If you've ever had a McDonald's burger, there is a very good chance the onions in it were supplied by Olam.
Ford is considering closing plants across Europe in response to Britain's vote to leave the EU, as it forecast a $1bn hit to business, the FT reports.
The parent company of Google on Thursday reported earnings and revenue that beat analyst expectations.
Bob McGrath, along with Emilio Delgado ("Luis") and Roscoe Orman ("Gordon") were released from Sesame Street, Today reported.
BB&T Securities said it will layoff at least 61 people as it exits the equity research business and makes other changes at its securities unit.
These are rotten times for farmers growing processed tomatoes as oversupply and weak demand have pushed prices lower.
Ever wanted to pledge money towards an exciting Kickstarter project, but couldn't get over the risk? Well, the world's most popular online retailer has the answer.
The former New York City mayor said at the DNC that "Trump is a risky, reckless, and radical choice. And we can't afford to make that choice."
Samsung Electronics says it expects solid earnings to continue in 2016, with stronger components demand offsetting smartphone margin pressures.
Minh Phuong Dang built MP Logistics from scratch, and welcomes the competition Vietnam's growth will bring.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said that Apple CEO Tim Cook "played real a good game" in the latest quarter.
Qualcomm is set to pay more than $19 million to settle claims that the company discriminated against female employees, Recode reported.
Shareholders of Home Retail Group Wednesday approved a $1.83 billion takeover offer by the U.K. supermarket.
Nintendo reported a group operating loss for the April-June quarter of $47.3 million.
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