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The restaurant was run without two necessary licences – a general business licence and a food business licence, the SCMP reports.
The hunt for yield has resulted in few dividend payers left to buy, except for a few "dividend orphans" that have been overlooked by investors, says Tom Lee.
History shows rising yields are not as negative for stocks as investors fear, but there's a caveat: Earnings must grow at a faster pace.
There's a way to get your hands on a personal kangaroo — but this one isn't a marsupial that lives in a zoo or in the wild.
The Millennium Tower markets itself as rare and precious. Now two other adjectives define it: sinking and tilting.
There's a definitive chill in the high end real estate market priced, yet there is still a "great deal of activity" in others, experts say.
The comments follow the Sept. 18 attack on an Indian army camp in Kashmir, which New Delhi blamed on Pakistan.
RBC's Mark Mahaney, one of the most followed tech analysts on Wall Street, downgraded shares of Twitter.
Donald Trump warmly embraced the endorsement of former rival Ted Cruz, even as many Cruz supporters expressed disappointment.
A YouTube video purports to show iPhone 7 users how to self-install a headphone jack—with predictably disastrous results.
The U.K.'s opposition Labour Party reelected socialist Jeremy Corbyn as leader, despite warnings from party grandees, NBC reports.
A look at how Elon Musk and other famous entrepreneurs are kickstarting America's fledgling spaceflight and space exploration industries.
The killings have drawn widespread international criticism, including from the United Nations, drawing angry responses from Duterte.
If Janet Yellen is hawkish Wednesday, these stocks will likely do well.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren takes down Wells Fargo.
Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey denied a report that he wrote for a pro-Donald Trump group, or that he supports Trump as a candidate.
The NY Times endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton for the White House, saying she was more qualified than Republican rival Donald Trump.
A top JPMorgan strategist warns investors about the potential pitfalls of chasing yield in a zero interest rate world.
An MIT official argues why cyber-security now requires a coordinated effort between companies, governments and academia.