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A report from the World Economic Forum lays out a plan to reduce industrial waste of a certain widespread material.
Chinese appliance maker Haier is buying General Electric's appliance unit for $5.4 billion to expand its global presence.
From books, to an unforgettable "packet of fairy dust". 2015's official list of gifts received by the British royal family has been revealed.
The Lego Group is changing how it handles bulk orders, following a backlash against the group on social media.
The activist investor wants the company to follow-through with real-estate deals to add more cash in its reserves.
Microsoft is currently testing a cellular data app that will let Windows 10 users connect to mobile networks without a contract.
It appears Chinese mobile maker Huawei Technologies isn’t only a favorite in its home market, but overseas as well.
Garrett Ryan just reinvented men's underwear—and he's so confident in it, he already quit his day job! But here's the problem with his plan.
CVS, Chevron, and J&J are among Michael Farr's top 10 stock picks for 2016. Here's why those and seven others made the list.
The United Kingdom is leading the way in e-commerce, not the United States, Google’s former chief executive has revealed.
A woman was inspired by her young daughters to create an allergy-friendly cosmetics line. Will it fly? Carol Roth weighs in.
The metal discs that cover the frying pan’s rivets can pop off and hit consumers, posing an injury hazard, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said.
Samsung plans to expand its fledgling mobile payment service in the United States next year, allowing users to shop online.
With the holiday season in full swing an unusual item is flying off the virtual shelves.
They call him "Fashion Santa" but moms and the Internet he broke with his hotness call him "Sexy Santa." Is the hair real? We asked him.
Some consumers, it turns out, have an uncanny ability to buy the least popular new products. Over and over.
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