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On Tuesday, in a short little post, Google trumpeted the return of a “fully redesigned” Google+.
Autonomous vehicles still struggle with mundane challenges such as tumbleweed,a Volkswagen executive has warned, the FT reported.
Both sides step up their strikes against a common enemy: Islamic State.
The IRS says it will share some information about fraudulent filings with the victims whose identities were used on the fake 1040s.
Taxi owners and lenders on Tuesday sued New York City and its Taxi and Limousine Commission, saying Uber was destroying their businesses.
According to HR experts, how much you make is not out of your hands — that's just one of the common misconceptions about compensation.
President Obama said on Wednesday that he wanted Moscow to shift its focus from propping up Syria's government to fighting Islamic State.
Paris and Moscow are not coordinating their operations, but French President Francois Hollande has called for a global campaign.
Severe droughts and flooding in warmer regions may leave millions at risk of disease, starvation and conflict.
Asian shares traded mixed on Wednesday, as investors remain cautious over the latest global geopolitical developments in the wake of Paris terror attacks.
Hedge funds sold shares of Apple and in turn put big money into Alphabet last quarter, according to hedge fund database Symmetric.io.
A phone found near the site of one of Paris shootings had a text message on it saying words to the effect of "let's go."
The Louisiana governor said it was "not his time."
Don't worry about a global recession in the near future, Nouriel Roubini said.
Silver prices are likely to gain in the next 5 years as demand for solar panels grows.
China's home prices edged up a tad in October, posting the first on-year gains in more than a year.
As earnings create an uncertain outlook for the U.S. consumer, "Fast Money" traders are sticking with what has worked this year.
The process for admitting refugees into the United States is much stricter than those applied to workers or tourists.
Jim Cramer makes the case for why it has been so hard to turn a profit this year. But sometimes too much negativity can produce the unexpected...
The boss of Snapdeal is confident that his firm can become the market leader in India's rapidly-growing e-commerce market by the end of this fiscal year through March.