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The entrepreneur secretly financed a lawsuit to try to put the media company out of business, the New York Times reports.
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Equipment failure caused a large power outage in Seattle on Wednesday, but it was restored by about 12:30 p.m. local time.
One start-up is giving fitness enthusiasts an inside look at their own bodies.
Investigators say Kermit Washington used his charity to fund personal expenses, trips and jewelry purchases.
Congress needs to quit wrangling over funding to fight the Zika virus so the U.S. is prepared before mosquito season, Ron Klain said.
Alphabet's Google self-driving car project said Wednesday it will launch this year a new technology development center in suburban Detroit.
The New York Times announced it will offer voluntary buyout packages to members of the newsroom and several business departments.
While regulators and legislators try reduce the footprint of domestic institutions. American banks continue to lag.
Big banks have social media teams to rival newsrooms’ staffing abilities—and budgets.
The Las Vegas casino magnate is proposing an extravagant water paradise in drought-stricken Nevada.
In 2011, hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson was down 25 percent. By 2013, he set his sights on making up his lost ground.
Millennials' apathy toward Tiffany could have longer-lasting effects on the luxury retailer's revenues, analysts says.
Executives at ExxonMobil and Chevron will face a showdown over climate policies at their annual general meetings Wednesday.
Hulk Hogan had a secret financial backer in his legal fight against Gawker Media for invasion of privacy: Peter Thiel. The NYT reports.
Donald Trump's trade policies would hurt American businesses and workers, the Republican HPE CEO says.
Amazon.com's growing marketplace is attracting an increasing number of fraudsters who are stealing designs from other sites.
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