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Tesla car maker said a collision with a tourist by was unavoidable because the bus swerved into the vehicle's lane.
The 2016 Paris Motor Show opened its doors this week, with several car manufactures bringing their latest creations to display.
One bank chief executive tells CNBC that his small, new company has found opportunity in Britain's vote to leave the EU.
Alcoa said its split into two publicly traded companies is expected to be effective Nov. 1, after the company's board approved the separation.
Elliott Management said it bought 8.1 percent stake in Mentor Graphics, calling on the company to pursue "strategic opportunities."
Home to almost 60 percent of the global millennial population, emerging Asia is fast turning into a battleground among retailers.
Hillary Clinton said on Thursday her opponent, Donald Trump, may have violated U.S. law by reportedly attempting to do business in Cuba.
An op-ed by a venture capitalist in the Wall Street Journal has some unbelievably sexist advice for women in tech, says The Verge's T.C. Sottek.
Presidents need to hear bad news. Donald Trump can't handle it, says Vox's Dara Lind.
The $41-million clawback that Wells Fargo slapped on CEO John Stumpf is a good start, but it's not enough, says one prominent banking analyst.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission filed and settled charges Thursday against Jon Ruggles for engaging in illegal futures and options trading.
Microsoft created a new artificial intelligence unit, as the company pushes deeper into the fast-growing field.
A Saudi billionaire prince's racehorse breeding business received more than £400,000 in EU subsidies last year.
Elon Musk told Tesla employees to follow company policy of not offering discounts on new cars, answering recent concerns about the practice.
Growing vegetables and cereals in space could become critical to eventually supporting a permanent human colony on Mars.
A big trend at the Paris Motor Show this year is creating greener, more energy efficient vehicles that will comply with new regulations.
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