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Apple told a U.S. judge that accessing data stored on a locked iPhone would be "impossible" with devices using its latest operating system.
Google apparently has a proud lineage of cash-strapped Googlers who live in cars or in empty spaces on the company campus.
The Federal Trade Commission, which enforces U.S. laws against deceptive ads, said Tuesday that it had closed a probe of Wal-Mart.
As its fast-food rival doubles down on the first meal of the day, at least one Burger King is also selling breakfast all day long.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie requested that all airline routes between New Jersey and Cuba be barred until a fugitive is transferred to the U.S.
More than 760 CEOS have given to Clinton's campaign, about as many as for Bush, Rubio and Cruz combined, according to a Big Crunch analysis.
Microsoft has been pressed by Apple and Google to add this new feature to Windows phones and tablets, says Re/Code.
More victims of the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme could be made whole under a motion filed Tuesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York.
Watching investors buy stocks on bad news has been enough to persuade reliably bearish Bob Janjuah to change his mind.
Ride-hailing service Lyft is offering free DeLorean rides for passengers in New York City in honor of "Back to the Future II."
Her stock is down. Key lieutenants have left. So, what are Marissa Mayer's options now at Yahoo?
If some economists are right, it's going to take a whole lot less progress in the jobs market to get the unemployment rate to keep falling.
A big part of Kabam's push to put more resources into fewer games is licensing highly recognizable properties like "Star Wars."
The push for greater fuel efficiency and connectivity is driving many car owners to complain about their vehicle's reliability.
Leaving one widely watched holiday hiring forecast in the dust, Amazon said that it will hire 25 percent more seasonal workers this year.
Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit bring you the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
A new report by financial advice company SmartAsset ranks the 10 best states for early retirement.
Verizon Communications reported a 5 percent rise in quarterly revenue as heavy promotions helped attract postpaid subscribers.
Yum Brands said it intended to separate its China and U.S. businesses into two independent, publicly traded companies.
IBM needs to see a turnaround in its software business first and foremost, Toni Sacconaghi said.
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