SAN MATEO, Calif., May 17- Intel Corp's Chief Executive Officer Brian Krzanich mingled with electronics buffs at Silicon Valley's annual maker mecca on Saturday as the chipmaker looks to amateur inventors to inspire a new wave of smart clothing.
Despite some financial and legal challenges, bike-sharing programs continue to roll out in cities throughout North America.
Vietname could pay a higher price for this week's rioting than it expects, according to analysis in The Economist.
Ah, summer Fridays! Former trader Raj Mahal offers up the best and worst excuses for calling in sick.
Singapore and Hong Kong are most likely to be burned by U.S. Federal Reserve rate hikes, according to international research house Capital Economics.
Squarespace evolved from an annoyed whiz kid trying to build a blog. It now has Super Bowl ads, $78.5 mil from VCs and tens of millions in revenue.
London has the most billionaires of any city in the world, according a new list.
Hershey is battling to buy chocolate company Russell Stover, in a move that could become its biggest acquisition to date, WSJ reported.
2.5 million dehumidifiers under names such as Danby, De'Longhi, Frigidaire, GE, Gree, Kenmore, SuperClima, and others, need to be returned.
Video game makers like EA look for ways around high taxes to build a big following in Brazil ahead of the World Cup.
Angels invest billions of dollars in start-ups, but they don't untie the purse strings for everyone. Here are deal-killers you should know about.
Your cell phone has a big limitation: It doesn't give the 911 operator your exact location. "It's a public safety hazard," says one safety advocate.
Whether you win a lottery or get picked in the NFL draft, careful planning is required to avoid going bankrupt, as do most suddenly rich.
The franchise model continues to grow in the US, and more owners are now making millions from little-known franchising concepts.
Hundreds of Indians thronged the leafy streets of New Delhi to greet Narendra Modi's triumphant march into the capital.
Some of high-ranking retired military brass are advocating for a radical way to bolster national security: Improve the fitness of children
The ouster of the New York Times' executive editor, Jill Abramson, is a case study in how to do just about everything wrong, Politico's Ben White says.
German businesses have toned down public criticism, but are quietly warning politicians that sanctions will simply drive Russia to Asia.
Much has been made of the potential slowdown in Chinese economic growth, and Jim O'Neill thinks it's probably been too much.
Investors are circling in on seven big-name stocks that have been shrinking profits for six straight quarters. Some names may surprise you.