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Millennials spend almost three times as long on their phones as they do on desktop, according to a new comScore study.
A widely used farm pesticide that the Trump administration refused to ban could get restricted in California.
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Investors are beginning to doubt the highest-rated properties will escape online disruption, Financial Times reports.
The Russian lawyer who met Donald Trump Jr. allegedly counted Russia's FSB security service among her clients for years.
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Sephora will roll out Sephora Studios across the U.S., with the first location opening in Boston this week.
Jefferies believes the retail stock sell-off of appliance sellers is "overdone."
No one was injured in the minor derailment, MTA told NBC 4 New York, and major service changes are now in place.
You don't have to be a stressed-out workaholic to make some serious cash.
There is a major strategic cost to the US alliance with the Saudis, says the National Review's Michael Brendan Dougherty.
Retailers big and small continue to look to tap into a market that has often been dubbed "hotter" than the rest: athleisure.
Ebony Media CEO Linda Johnson Rice will be the second woman and first African-American.
The National Park Service is hiking the price of lifetime passes for seniors on Aug. 28.
Bourses in Europe closed sharply lower on Friday as euro strengthened and fresh corporate earnings failed to boost sentiment.
President Trump's plan to put Made in America requirements on pipeline makers has drawn criticism and warnings from a many stakeholders.
Wall Street was spending a half-billion dollars on Mallinckrodt drug with limited evidence of effectiveness, N.Y. Times reports.
U.S. crude prices fell more than 1 percent Friday after a report said supply from OPEC will rise.
British fliers have been shunning more politically volatile destinations for trips within Europe, USA Today reports.