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A group of former senior Google employees has launched a start-up aimed at making existing trucks on the road driverless.
LendingClub revealed it received a federal grand jury subpoena last week after the resignation of its chairman and CEO Renaud Laplanche.
Treasury yields are behaving as if they are signaling a recession, but strategists say this time it's more likely a sign of something else.
The engineer controlling an Amtrak train that crashed outside Philadelphia last year was likely distracted. NBC News reports.
Police said O'Connor, 49, was found Monday and "is no longer considered a missing person."
From Sheryl Sandberg to Stephen Colbert, here are some of the best graduation speeches in recent years.
Tesla came under fire after a report from The Mercury News claimed contractors for the company had used cheap foreign labor to build one of its new facilities.
Millionaire investors said a win by this candidate would be a better investing opportunity.
Keeping big banks from being broken up turns out to be great for their CEOs, according to one analyst report.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts says his company has many ways to keep its options open to compete in the wireless arena.
Donald Trump may not be perfect, but he'd be much better for the country than Hillary Clinton, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says.
Ailing Tiger Woods said Monday he hopes to return to competitive golf soon, but he did not give a specific timeline.
As daily fantasy sports face more scrutiny in the U.S., the industry's small businesses are increasingly concerned about getting shut out.
A top former executive has a warning for corporate America.
One analyst says J.C. Penney's sales shortfall is giving investors a chance to buy into its turnaround story.
The case involves a man whose wife died of a lung cancer-related brain tumor after smoking the company's low-tar cigarettes.
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Virtual reality start-up Looking Glass is trying to get people to buy into a future of 3-D images without headgear.
It is possible to re-engineer computer systems so they can't be hacked, says MIT's Howard Shrobe.
Prices of the gastronomic delight are an indicator that while inflation gets all the headlines, deflation is important, too.
Jim Cramer reveals why a disappointing jobs number could be a good thing for the market.
Jim Cramer spoke with top CEOs on the internet of things, market overreactions and young buyers driving industry confidence.
Jim Cramer was not surprised to hear of a possible Deutsche Bank settlement. Instead, he wants accountability for bearish commentary in the media.