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The incoming Trump Administration and UTX have reached an agreement that will keep close to 1,000 jobs at Carrier in Indiana.
Kellogg confirmed Tuesday that it will discontinue advertising on Breitbart.com, the far-right news and commentary site that used to be run by Steve Bannon, USA Today reports.
Anita Thompson says in a Facebook post that she had found a legal method to extract the DNA from the author's personal marijuana stash.
Outgoing CIA Director warns tearing up Washington's deal would make it more likely that Iran and others would acquire nuclear weapons.
Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump's attorney general pick, will likely face more questions from his Senate colleagues about voting rights.
International students could see their dreams dashed if Trump follows through on his America First anti-immigration campaign promises.
Ross, 78, is chairman of WL Ross & Co and has a decades-long history as a distressed debt investor.
Transportation workers, along with those in education, retail and technology are most likely to fall victim to ransomware, a report reveals.
Demonstrators were arrested as U.S. fast-food and airport workers led nationwide protests for higher pay and union rights.
Two experts argue that Trump will be in violation of his Washington, D.C. lease as soon as he takes the oath of office, NBC News reports.
Several of Trump's most recent Cabinet picks are in no way outsider populists. In fact, they're all staunch conservatives, Vox reports.
One woman explains how the President-elect's actions on Obamacare could actually threaten her life.
Stay Classy became an immediate hit with the kitsch crowd, due in large part to its sheer determination to stay on theme, Eater reports.
Since the election, Tiffany has seen an "adverse effect" on traffic at its Fifth Avenue flagship.
Loop Commerce lets shoppers select a gift for their loved ones, who then get to pick more minor details like color and size.
A new breed of social entrepreneurs has lifted the New Orleans economy. The city now leads the nation in start-ups per capita.
Stores need to find ways to add excitement to the shopping experience by means other than sales, former JCPenney CEO Allen Questrom says.
These degrees will get you on the fast track to big earnings.
It's a simple but incredibly important question, the New York Times reports.
U.S. online sales gained momentum on Cyber Monday and are set to surpass initial expectations by hitting a record $3.39 billion.
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Divergent 3D CEO Kevin Czinger built the Blade from 3D-printed aluminum joints that snap together like legos.
Lyft co-founder and president John Zimmer addressed the leadership shuffle at Uber in an interview with The New York Times, saying that Lyft ‘will win’ its rivalry with Uber.
USA Today personal tech columnist Ed Baig speaks with CNBC’s ‘Squawk Alley’ on Amazon’s latest personal assistant device, the video chat-enabled Echo Show.