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With one search algorithm tweak this week, Google rekindled deep-seated fears that it is doing its damnedest to nuke apps.
Already a digital ordering giant, one startup is betting its new service will speed up food delivery.
The PGA of America will not hold its Grand Slam of Golf for the major champions this year.
One of the largest U.S. pension funds is thinking of shifting up to $20 billion away from stocks, the LA Times reports.
Part of the Mississippi River has been closed as crews investigate and clean up an oil spill caused by the collision of two tow boats.
As students shift to gadgets over textbooks, backpack makers in the $2.7B industry are rethinking packs, the New York Times reports.
Nike has long dominated the tennis wars with many of the biggest stars in the game, but Under Armour is betting big on its newest star.
Transgender people would be covered under a new rule barring sex discrimination in federally funded health programs.
For all the talk about the nearly 250,000 jobs a month the economy is creating, workers' real wages are going backward.
A new entrant to the peer-to-peer economy hopes to capitalize on the trend of consumers wanting to rent recreational vehicles.
An NLRB ruling that broadens the definition of "employer" has big implications for franchise operations.
Not all hedge funds are getting crushed in the recent downturn, some are even prospering, the New York Times reports.
At least 27 deaths have been associated with the Recovery filter, NBC News reports.
After years of shrinking, the market for personal computers seems to be strengthening.
Total economic losses from drought in the United States are likely to reach at least $3 billion.
Disney is turning its launch of new "Star Wars" merchandise—3½ months before "The Force Awakens"—into a new kind of retail holiday.
A study that shows immigrant households more often claim welfare could back Trump's views, Financial Times reports.
Polaroid will release a modernized version of its classic instant print camera in the fourth quarter of 2015 that doesn't use ink.
Halting tobacco sales at all of its drugstores caused people to buy 1% fewer packs of cigarettes in 13 states, USAT reports.
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady defeated the National Football League. A judge nullified the league's four-game suspension.
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People displaced by wars in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan are fleeing to Europe, where they are getting a mixed welcome.
Here are three good reasons why a four-day work week is totally plausible, says Kabir Sehgal.
Only 150 will be made, celebrating the 50-year association with the movie franchise, USA Today reports.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer schools investors on the best way to prepare for a market correction, including this underrated element.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer shares his secret to protection in a selloff.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer spells out the vital difference of knowing why you are buying a stock can have on your portfolio.