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As Puerto Rico's dire fiscal and economic situation becomes more acute, it could see its population decreasing even further.
How soon will you pay off your student loan depends a lot on which job you wind up with.
Google knowingly manipulates search results according to a research paper published Monday from several academics.
Losing your balance or tripping and falling -- even if your pride hurts more than your body -- can be very expensive.
AOL will manage and sell Microsoft's display advertising inventory across several platforms, the companies announced on Monday.
The White House said Monday it is not contemplating bailing out Puerto Rico from its financial hole.
Coalo Valley Farms, California's first edible cricket farm, missed its goal this month to raise money on Kickstarter.
Julien's Auctions of Beverly Hills, California, expected Monroe's grave marker to sell for between $2,000 and $4,000. It sold for $212,500 instead.
Two words will frame the path ahead: "data dependent." If history holds, the phrase is more campaign slogan than policy standard.
Apple Music launches on Tuesday. Here's what you need to know before you think about ditching Pandora or Spotify.
The government-backed Export-Import Bank, which helps small businesses overseas, may not be able to do new business soon.
Recode reports on a study by Yelp that shows that Google knowingly manipulates search results. Re/code reports.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the Obama administration failed to consider costs when deciding to regulate mercury pollution.
No longer in bankruptcy, Motor City is busy nurturing 1,400 next-gen advanced manufacturers to rekindle its legacy as a production hub.
San Francisco Pride parade saw unprecedented participation from tech companies.
A spike in interest rates may have slowed pending home sales in May, but year-over-year sales are up 10 percent.
The New York Times looks at whether being relentlessly hard on people, and even cruel, may get them to perform better.
Lengthy privacy policies are often ignored, but The New York Times says many companies plan to sell personal data if they need to. The NYT reports.
Tickets for the Grateful Dead's final shows are still in demand, but two additional shows in California changed some of the pricing.
These 10 wealthy well-knowns have amassed world-famous fortunes but expect their children to make their own ways in the world.
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