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American rocker collapses on stage during a performance in Edmonton, reports and social media say.
In July 2015, Reddit was in a crisis. Nearly one year on, the site is trying to put the controversy behind it and grow up.
Bernie Sanders said Thursday in an address to his supporters that he will work with Hillary Clinton to transform the Democratic Party.
European sanctions imposed on Russia two years may be lifted by the end of 2016, the CEO of Russia's sovereign wealth fund tells CNBC.
Here's what Silicon Valley companies like Facebook should learn from the Viacom family drama.
An ally of Russian leader Vladimir Putin has expressed his approval of presidential hopeful Donald Trump, saying he could improve relations.
Helima Croft puts Venezuela on RBC's OPEC watch list due to predictions of political instability and declining oil sales.
The tech industry could be caught up in another bubble of rollercoaster valuations, says the chief executive of Russian investment giant Sistema.
Wang Sicong, a Chinese billionaire's son, may be best known for buying Apple watches for his dog, but now he's opening a seven-star hotel in Shanghai.
The yen's steep climb this month has spurred a startle response among Japan's policymakers who face a fish stew of forces pushing the currency higher.
Asia's markets closed higher on the final day of a volatile week amid easing concerns that the U.K. would vote to exit the EU in its June 23 referendum.
The gunman who killed 49 people at an Orlando gay nightclub Sunday exchanged texts with his wife during the rampage, a source told NBC News Thursday.
Mosaic, the world's top producer of concentrated phosphate, has entered talks to buy Vale's fertilizer unit, sources familiar with the matter said.
Jim Cramer is explains why there is a tug of war happening between Brexit and oil.
A strike vote could give Unite Here Local 54 bargaining committees more firepower in negotiations over new contracts for 6,000 workers.
Oracle founder Larry Ellison is telling investors that his cloud infrastructure is ready to take on Amazon Web Services.
Brazil's tourism minister resigned on Thursday, less than two months before the country hosts the Olympics.
The company won't resume selling the inventory of its laminate flooring that contained elevated levels of formaldehyde.
The "Fast Money" traders debated how to trade the oil sector, after Brent and WTI crude hit their lowest levels since May.
While the rest of the world wonders whether the U.K. will vote to leave the European Union, one group is confident it will not.