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A former developer at Google took to the blog site Medium to explain that the company has uncharacteristically missed a big opportunity with Google+.
One Utah native used his Olive Garden pasta pass to feed the hungry people in his community.
The FBI seized twenty boxes of documents related to the Los Angeles Unified School District’s $1.3 billion iPads-for-all project Monday.
Scientist Stephen Hawking warns independent thinking artificial intelligence may surpass and threaten humanity.
A company that sells truffles said it is auctioning off a huge truffle in New York with proceeds that will go to charity.
A new study claims you could earn 12 percent less if you are a leftie, the Daily Mail reported.
Newmont Mining shares have already gotten crushed. So why does one trader think there's even more downside coming in the next three months?
RadioShack rejected claims that it breached covenants on a $250 million term loan.
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Denton, a small town north of Dallas is the first municipality to ban fracking for shale oil, reports NBC.
Oppenheimer's Fadel Gheit also says oil prices eventually will settle around $70.
Two market pros weigh in on oil's impact on the U.S. economy and markets, and give their outlooks for 2015.
Rumor-chasing traders are betting on serious short-term gains for BP.
Actor Burt Reynolds is downsizing and will auction off more than 600 of his personal items with Julien Auctions in Las Vegas this December.
The auto sales rate totaled 17.2 million in November, according to Autodata. That marks the strongest pace since 2003.
Christie's CEO, Steven Murphy, said Tuesday he would step down from his post at the London-based fine auction house at the end of the year.
A handful of retail and consumer-oriented stocks may have potential to deliver holiday returns, if recent history is any guide.
Research shows that the wealthy investor with $10 million in investable assets has highly concentrated holdings and less than 25% in stocks.