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The social media network, which counts 1.59 billion users around the world, released the results as part of its 12th birthday.
Viacom's path forward is uncertain as Sumner Redstone steps down as executive chairman, company watchers said Thursday.
Layoffs surged in January to the highest levels since last summer as employers in the retail and energy sectors pulled out the pink slips.
Republican Rick Santorum suspended his 2016 presidential campaign Wednesday following a poor showing in the Iowa caucuses.
CBS Corp named CEO Leslie Moonves as chairman on Wednesday, replacing the ailing Sumner Redstone.
Computer failures hit several U.S. Internal Revenue Service systems Wednesday in the midst of tax season.
Embezzlement in Afghanistan is making U.S. reconstruction efforts nearly impossible. But experts say the U.S. can’t back out now.
It's part of a succession plan in place for several years, the company said.
The Chicago Board of Education sold $675 million in bonds, with yields hitting 8.5 percent, just short of the Greek 10-year yield.
Cisco is diving into the "Internet of Things" with its biggest deal since 2013. The company agreed to buy Jasper Technologies for $1.4 billion.
One Tesla customer got his order personally cancelled by chief executive Elon Musk after the company was slammed in a blog post.
It's people like 20-year-old Mota who have helped YouTube build a new type of professional content, and grow to over a billion monthly active users.
After suggesting on Tuesday that Amazon may be opening hundreds of physical bookstores, GGP's CEO clarified his statement.
Glu revealed on Wednesday that it will produce a game featuring Taylor Swift, due out later this year, causing the stock to skyrocket.
A lot of people say that Wall street does better without a functioning federal government. We use Kensho data to test out the theory.
The Democratic situation echoed the events on the Republican side in the 2012 caucuses. The Des Moines Register reports.
New data shows mid-size manufacturers — long considered past their prime to overseas pressures — are still going strong in the U.S. economy.
Billionaire investor Mark Cuban has taken an ownership stake in the Professional Futsal League, which will launch next year.
Though it seems there is nothing to lose by evacuating a school and being safe, there are large costs associated with these closures.
Despite record profits, strong profit margins and sales that show no sign of slowing down, auto stocks are tumbling.
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Ethereum has been backed by major firms including JPMorgan, Microsoft and Intel.
The average expense ratio paid by fund investors hit the lowest ever as they seek out lower-cost options.
There's still a difference between the theatrical experience and streaming it online, even for the general public according to PwC.
Farhad Manjoo, New York Times columnist, and Jason Calacanis, Inside.com founder, discuss the challenges facing Uber including a fund manager calling it a "Ponzi scheme" and its tax mistake for New York drivers.
Esso Watches not only purport to tell ordinary time -- they can also better your health and balance. It's a dubious claim and one that Shark Lori Greiner puts to the test. But even though she's somewhat sold on the idea, Mark Cuban's still not buying it. Shark Tank Monday - Thursday Starting at 7P ET
Farhad Manjoo, New York Times columnist, and Jason Calacanis, Inside.com founder, discuss Amazon's brick-and-mortar book stores and the effect of the internet giant on the traditional retail sector.