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A crowdfunding campaign called "The People's Horse" is letting just about anyone back a horse that may one day compete in races.
The U.S. economy created 160,000 jobs in April, lower than economist expectations while the unemployment rate held steady at 5 percent.
GoPro plans to launch its drone camera later this year, but competitive pressure has been building, Piper Jaffray's Erinn Murphy says.
Trump might seek to reduce the national debt by asking creditors to accept less than full payment, The New York Times reports.
The ubiquitous, easily torn, often doubled-up plastic bags from the grocery store will soon cost at least a nickel in New York City.
A STD-testing site ruffled Big Bird's feathers this week after it posted ads suggesting Bert and Ernie from Sesame Street were romantically involved.
One disaster response manager compared the task of controlling the fire to "trying to stop a hurricane from hitting the Eastern Seaboard."
Apple CEO Tim Cook plans to visit Beijing this month to meet government officials, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.
New England Patriot's quarterback Tom Brady released a limited edition "nutrition manual" online on Wednesday and it's already sold out
Business leaders will find ways to work with Donald Trump if he becomes president, two experts say.
San Francisco Fed President John Williams said Thursday that two or three interest rate increases this year are "reasonable."
Here's what's weighing on Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart's mind when it comes to deciding whether to raise interest rates.
The updated version of Tesla's Model S car has a secret just waiting to be unlocked, reports The Verge.
KFC is now offering edible fingernail polish that tastes just like chicken.
Two major auto-centric companies are teaming up to change the way we use taxis, reports The Wall Street Journal.
Wall Street analysts seem to be doubting Tesla's ability to hit its aggressive, new production target.
A top North Carolina lawmaker said the state will not be "bullied" into meeting a U.S. Department of Justice restroom deadline.
The April jobs picture could be better than current Wall Street expectations, according to Goldman Sachs economists.
The New York State Department of Financial Services is allowing the twins' company to use a different kind of currency.
Officials had no immediate reports of anyone hurt. They are still seeking the cause of the blaze.
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