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A settlement was approved in California to divide the costs associated with a closed nuclear power plant.
The Fed has launched a review of how it oversees major banks after a series of critical reports.
Take heart kitchen gourmands and chocoholics. Short-term pains lead to long-term gains.
NBC is the second outlet within a day to put off or abandon a Cosby project as another sexual assault allegation against the comic has emerged.
A new study suggests that CEO's who choose leisure over hard work aren't maximizing shareholder value. The Fiscal Times reports.
A jury has told Apple to pay a Texas company $23.6 million for using SkyTel pager technology in its devices without permission, Bloomberg reported.
Target reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
There are many disturbing things about the recent Uber story, where a senior executives suggested investigating the personal lives of journalists.
More than 3,500 whistleblower tips, the largest since 2011, were sent to the US Securities and Exchange Commission in the fiscal year 2014.
Yahoo Mail users took to Twitter Tuesday to complain about an email service outage. This issue has since been resolved.
A storm is gathering in D.C. over the president's planned action on immigration. Politico's Ben White explains the possible fallout.
Samsung will cut the number of its smartphone models next year in an effort to pare back costs, amid increasing competition. FT reports.
AstraZeneca said it had made good progress in developing a pipeline of new drugs.
Snapchat will now allow users to send their friends something far more useful and usually less ephemeral - cash, the FT reports.
China's big internet-TV companies are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on foreign TV shows and films in a battle to attract users and advertisers.
Slugger Giancarlo Stanton just agreed to the most lucrative athlete deal in history with the Miami Marlins.
Prices for domestic airline tickets are on the rise although airlines are saving millions of dollars from cheaper oil prices.
Chinese President Xi Jinping's crackdown on government corruption, which began almost two years ago, is hurting a specialized niche of the U.S. tourism industry.
Exotic dancers at a Manhattan strip club were awarded nearly $10.9M by a judge who found they were unfairly classified as independent contractors.
Warner Music has signed a distribution agreement with Chinese internet conglomerate Tencent, as the record firm tries to expand in China. FT reports.