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Saudi Prince Alwaleed also tells CNBC that Saudi Arabia and OPEC will not blink.
The next time you walk into a McDonald's, the menu will likely look a little different.
Will the Internet as we know it disappear soon? Google's Eric Schmidt sure thinks so.
The ability to unfold a protein and return it to its original state could save money in everything from cancer research to food production.
Jeff Gordon has earned $146 million in his career on the track in NASCAR races. 2015 will be his final season.
A team of researchers in Scotland found that changing the shape of light can slow it down, meaning the speed of light is not as constant as thought.
The U.S. distributor of the embargo-blocked weapons may have found a loophole—by making the guns here.
Every year, first-time advertisers gamble millions in hopes of scoring big on game day and long afterward, but many come up short.
The multi-platinum recording artist is giving away 50,000 CD copies of his new album to AARP The Magazine readers.
The much heralded Apple Watch will go to market this year with a battery life that could be as low as 2.5 hours for active use, according to a report.
Sheryl Sandberg and Melinda Gates touched on topics from disease and poverty to technology in a wide-ranging interview on Friday.
Finding it hard to flourish in a smartphone-dominated world, in-flight catalog maker SkyMall has filed for bankruptcy, according to a court filing.
Chase Reed, 16 and still in high school, has opened a sneaker pawn shop in Harlem with his dad. And yes, they're making a profit.
In the wake of the Swiss franc's surge, some of the food prices around town in Davos are proving to be a little hard to stomach.
As the industry's growth slows, gunmakers are starting to focus more on women to boost sales.
As the U.S. draws closer to Cuba, here's what American travelers can expect to see in colorful Havana.
Online wealth management services bring financial advice to the masses, but retirement planning still requires an advisor's human touch.
An association of top scientists has moved the hand of the symbolic Doomsday Clock, over the threats of nuclear weapons and warming climates.
New rules allow U.S. travelers to bring back $100 worth of rum and cigars from Cuba. So how far does $100 bucks go in Havana?
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady denied adjusting last Sunday's game balls in anyway, saying he "would never do anything outside the rules of play."