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Ezetap is leading India's digitalization of its banking and finance industries.
The billionaire says you'll succeed by embracing your unique skills.
The Trump administration has repeatedly undercut the Affordable Care Act, even at the federal department responsible for overseeing the law.
Volatility may pick up in the market, but to think there will be a crisis like the one in 2008 is the height of hyperbole, Brian Levitt said.
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San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, after pursuing a mostly hands-off policy toward Uber and Lyft, now wants to hold them accountable for traffic congestion.
Pessimism about financial health may cause retirees to withdraw less from their investment accounts, a new study finds. Here's what to know.
There is so much legal ignorance in the reporting and commentary about the "Russia investigation," it's hard to keep up, writes The National Review's Andrew McCarthy.
A good leader is both heroic and vulnerable.
Some of life's greatest gifts, including high intelligence, can also come with challenges.
Peak summer season airfare pricing kicks in around June 15 — but you can be more prepared, USA Today reports.
If Trump legally shared classified information with top Russians, it could still threaten intelligence gathering.
The comedian gave the commencement speech at University of Southern California.
The S&P 500 continues to notch new highs this week, but not all stocks are rallying.
To save its unpopular health bill, the GOP must include this expensive but necessary feature, says Jake Novak.
Amazon Alexa is soon going to be able to read your notifications to you.
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross will talk to key lawmakers about reopening NAFTA.
Global crude stockpiles remain above OPEC's target, and output cuts may not be enough to achieve the goal in 2017, IEA said.
For burgeoning chefs and entrepreneurs, the 'open kitchen' is becoming an invaluable business tool, USA Today reports.