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After two years of screening "Game of Thrones" every Sunday, Brooklyn's Videology has been told by HBO the party's over.
The NOAA's wants to remove a large number of humpback whales from the endangered species list due to their re-population.
Uber must defend against a lawsuit accusing it of discriminating against blind people by refusing to transport guide dogs.
BlackRock agreed to pay $12 million to resolve SEC charges in a conflict of interest case.
Kraft will remove synthetic colors and preservatives from its macaroni and cheese.
Most of the oil spilled in the disaster is gone, but effects on the Gulf of Mexico are still being gauged. NBC News reports.
Subways may no longer be digital black holes for riders, as many of the country's largest cities are working to bring cell service underground.
Many consumers snatched up as much Lilly Pulitzer for Target as possible, with the intention of marking it up on eBay.
Despite muted performance in 2014, investors have more hedge funds than ever to choose from, according to new data.
GE is in early-stage talks with Wells Fargo about selling its entire $74 billion US commercial lending and leasing portfolio, according to a source.
Changes in the prescription drug market may have curbed prescription opioid abuse but may have also fueled a rise in heroin use.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the appeal of former Goldman Sachs Rajat Gupta in an insider trading case.
IBM's activities in China have become sensitive amid Chinese demands of technology for market access, reports The New York Times.
United Airlines stopped a prominent researcher from boarding a flight, following a tweet suggesting the airline's systems could be hacked.
While data shows the quality of airline service is deteriorating, a new report suggests customer satisfaction is improving, Today reports.
Box's losses are continuing to add up and revenue is not growing enough to suit Wall Street, reports the New York Times.
IBM is trying to arm technology workers with the weapons they need to repel increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks.
Some union actors say they are fine with barely getting paid for their work on the small theater scene, the New York Times reports.
A federal appeals court on Monday rejected the fugitive Paul Ceglia's effort to revive his civil lawsuit against Facebook.
Economic performance will determine when the Fed raises U.S. interest rates from near zero, he said, adding he hopes to tighten policy this year.
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A tiny house in Seattle, similar to the movie "Up," is being auctioned off on Monday, leaving its future uncertain.
The pot economy has bred a new wave of entrepreneurs looking to cash in on America's newest, legal cash crop.
The NOAA's wants to remove a large number of humpback whales from the endangered species list due to re-population.
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