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The FTC charged Amazon — and previously Apple and Google — because of games that blur lines between free and paid, TechCrunch reports.
Voice technology is becoming more emotionally intelligent and is being used to improve human interactions.
Self-made millionaire Sean Conlon considers these factors before he invests in a property.
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Before Google, sites like Ask Jeeves and GeoCities dominated the internet, NBC News reports.
UN Ambassador Nikki Haley condemns the chemical weapons attack in Syria at the United Nations on Wednesday, holding up photos of victims. Haley said the attack bears all the hallmarks of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government, and that Russia has chosen to ignore the use of chemical weapons by the al-Assad regime.
These workers ditched their 9-to-5s to live happily for less abroad.
The vision the president outlined at a "CEO Town Hall on Unleashing American Business" this week sounded almost too good to be true.
Certain mental shifts can be crucial, successful entrepreneurs report.
Being successful isn't just showing up every day, it's knowing what you need to perform at your best.
The billionaire hedge fund manager read a statement from his attorneys, which said, "Mr. Cooperman did nothing wrong."
The GOP has long criticized single-payer health care as 'socialistic,' yet Trump conservatives think otherwise, says Dylan Matthews.
Internet privacy rule rollback isn't about privacy - it's about who should profit from your data, says ex-CIA agent Bryan Dean Wright.
The deal comes just weeks after the highly popular podcast "Missing Richard Simmons" ended a six-episode run.
CNBC tested Purple Carrot's TB12 Performance meal kit, which was developed through a partnership with the New England Patriots quarterback.
Samsung's new Galaxy phones have screens that have been rated the best ever, according to a research company that tests displays.
One trader sees Amazon blasting off to even more record highs.
Cooperman tells CNBC that recent economic numbers look fine and that the market is "reasonably, fully valued."