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U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May declared Britain would remain open for business when speaking in Davos, Switzerland on Thursday. » Read More
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The New York Times looks back at the year that was to toast and roast the year's deal makers and look ahead to what may come next.
Looking to move abroad in 2017? Six of the top ten countries for a successful expat career are in Europe, according to HSBC.
Bill Ackman turned on Mike Pearson, replacing him with Joe Papa hoping that Valeant could be turned around, The New York Times reports.
Zuckerberg's DIY project got some pretty high-end help. Jarvis is actually built on top of an elite smart home technology by Crestron.
President-elect Donald Trump had said: "It's time for our country to move on to bigger and better things."
Even in Silicon Valley, courting female executives to join tech company boards is particularly cutthroat. NYT reports.
Rex W. Tillerson's Exxon has done little or nothing to put carbon taxes into effect, the NYT reports.
CNBC spoke to the experts about what it takes to make an app for smartphones and tablets stand out from the crowd.
Education, virtual reality and using social media for customer service are key trends for social media in 2017
Rick Perry's record as Texas governor is surprisingly strong on clean energy, says Neil Auerbach.
The Apple CEO stopped by the iconic institution on Wednesday, on his vacation.
She's acknowledged that the flip side of being a woman in politics could've kept her out of the White House entirely, NBC News reports.
Investors complain that Pershing Square Holdings kept about 72 percent of the fund’s gains for itself, the Times reports.
The few scientific voices claiming that our planet is not warming did not get the science right, says Ben Santer.
Hershey named Chief Operating Officer Michele Buck as its new president and chief executive effective March 1.
It's a long list, and one that gets extra attention given Twitter’s very public nature, Recode reports.
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