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London's Heathrow Airport said Monday disruptions to British Airways flights from the airport continued following a global computer system failure, but the airline said it planned to operate its full long-haul schedule.
John Kelly said the United States planned to "raise the bar" on airline security, including tightening screening of carry-on items.
L'Oreal is making human skin in the lab to test products and reduce animal testing. Coming soon: 3-D printed skin for tissue engineering.
People recognize Lyft because of the pink mustache, but the company is swapping out that logo with a device that can help drivers.
Peter Johnston got the idea for his startup after struggling to manage all the freelancers coming through Google's London office.
The average age of a U.S. vehicle is nearly 12 years old, a reflection of car quality but also swelling consumer debt, an expert tells CNBC.
Bonnie Kalanick died in a boating accident near Fresno, according to a statement by Uber
Netflix has had as many trials as it has triumphs over the years. Here's what other companies can learn from its journey.
A market manipulation expert tells CNBC that stocks who avoid splitting their shares could be ripe for market manipulation.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin is spending between $100 million and $150 million to build an enormous blimp, The Guardian reports.
Bitcoin briefly dropped more than $700 from a record high in less than two days after a week of intense speculation by investors.
Alphabet has reportedly set up a group to back artificial intelligence companies amid a rush to be AI first instead of mobile first.
Apple is reportedly working to build its own artificial intelligence chip named the Apple Neural Engine.
It’s about the books. Really. Recode Reports.
Esports' young audience plays the games, so are more involved than regular sports spectators - and it may be the first truly global sport.
Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet shares hit all-time highs this week.
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