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Black Lives Matter protested police killings of unarmed blacks, to show it could affect the economy on one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
A slew of funds offer investors tranches of start-ups across the tech, retail and consumer products industries.
The holidays aren't even over yet and shoppers are planning their gift returns.
KaloBios Pharmaceuticals said it has been notified by Nasdaq that its stock would be delisted using the exchange operator's "discretionary" authority.
Canadian gaming company Amaya has been ordered by a Kentucky court to pay $870 million in penalties to cover alleged losses by the state's residents.
Pep Boys said investor Carl Icahn was willing to pay as much as $1 billion for the U.S. auto parts retailer to keep rival bidder Bridgestone at bay.
Here’s the official word from the Beatles: They’ll be available on streaming services.
Illinois became the latest state to ban its residents from playing daily fantasy sports contests offered by FanDuel and DraftKings.
Saudi Arabia's Kingdom Holding said on Thursday that it had led a group of investors that bought 5.3 percent of U.S. ride-hailing firm Lyft.
Apple’s decision to give shareholders a greater say in boardroom appointments is a significant victory, campaigners have said. The FT reports.
It's all to do with the "SHA-1 Sunset," the expiration of support for a certain level of encryption.
Here's what happens when a VC-backed start-up folds, the NYT reports.
U.S. banks face the prospect of tougher stress tests next year because of their exposure to oil, the Financial Times reports.
The Illinois attorney general's office on Wednesday deemed daily fantasy sports illegal gambling under state law.
Hyatt Hotels announced Wednesday that it discovered malware on computers used for payment processing.
A Mexican restaurant was robbed. What it decided to do next to mock the burglars and get the public involved is hilarious.
San Francisco's "weirdest new startup" provides "a luxury service featuring chivalrous gentlemen offering a non-sexual service."
The nonprofit organization behind Burning Man released a report last week, outlining its details and goals.
U.S. consumer spending rose in November by 0.3 percent, according to data inadvertently released late Tuesday by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
A gauge of business investment plans fell as the drag on manufacturing from a strong dollar and spending cuts showed little sign of abating.
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Martin Shkreli took to Twitter on Thursday to offer Kanye West $10 million in exchange for an exclusive of the rapper's newest album.
Attorneys for the model allege that Cutera used Jenner's photo in advertisements for acne laser treatment without permission.
About 6.5 percent of the Asian nation's GDP is being lost on this crisis that's killing 1.6 million people citizens a year.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer is calling out Janet Yellen and suggesting evasive maneuvers.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer spoke with the CEO of Panera, who confirmed its investments in the digital space are paying off.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer worried that Janet Yellen could push the global economy into recession. It's not that the Fed knows nothing — it knows too much about the past.