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Injecting a radio-frequency ID chip into your body to open doors and log onto computers is a growing trend — and hackers are honing in.
Viacom's directors will fight any attempt to remove them from the media company's board, Director Fred Salerno said in a letter to shareholders.
Strong winds, large hail and even possible tornadoes were forecast for Texas and the Plains, after a weekend of heavy flooding.
Verizon Communications will also provide 10.9 percent in pay raises over four years under a tentative deal between the company and unions.
A study finds cognitive decline as you age decreases financial literacy, while confidence stays high and sometimes even rises.
The White House has returned to "normal operations" after a partial lockdown triggered when an individual threw a metal object over the fence.
A global pileup of homes listed for $100 million or more is underway, with a record 27 such properties up for sale, The NY Times reports.
Consumers are embracing mobile shopping, which is creating more competition for traditional brick-and-mortar retailers.
Oil broke above the key $50 level this week for the first time since October 2015. Strategas Research's top analyst says don’t chase the rally.
LinkedIn, Amazon, Uber and Microsoft are among the tech giants pledging to offer training opportunities and fill thousands of jobs.
A stock market rally is coming, but it may not last as long as you think, argues Allianz Global Investors' top strategist.
Animal rights activists plan a vigil for the gorilla killed at the Cincinnati Zoo after a 4-year-old boy slipped into an exhibit.
When pundits speak of bringing back manufacturing jobs to the U.S., many people think of bustling assembly lines, but that might not be the right image.
Verizon workers have reached an "agreement in principle" in an ongoing labor dispute, the Labor Department said Friday.
A new U.S. study on rats is giving new life to the debate on whether cellphone use causes cancer. NBCNews reports.
Viacom must find a way to generate the kind of must-see content that viewers flock to on other media properties, says Viacom shareholder Mario Gabelli.
Donald Trump's supporters in North Dakota couldn't have been more ecstatic about his newly outlined energy policies.
Martin Shkreli's tweet endorsement of the Republican nominee comes as he fights criminal fraud charges.
Her comments come as some colleagues on the Fed's policymaking committee have pointed to a hike sooner rather than later.
NOAA's Climate Prediction Center estimates how much above average temperatures are going to be over historical summers.
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Katy Perry's 89 million Twitter followers likely woke up to a shock following a series of bizarre Tweets after her account was hacked.
As you age, the faith you have in your financial skills might be deceiving, a study concludes.
There's an excess inventory of nine figure homes piling up around the world, The New York Times reports.
The Dow is aiming for its fourth straight monthly advance, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq are set for a third straight month of gains.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discuss the morning's top attention--grabbing headlines, including Financial Times' article saying Xi Jinping "has changed China's winning formula."
Coca-Cola European Partners plc will begin trading Tuesday in New York, London and Amsterdam under the ticker CCE. John Brock, Coca-Cola European Partners CEO, discusses