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Free users received bogus messages that appeared to be from interested members, but they had to upgrade their profiles to respond, the suit said.
Obi Mobiles, the new kid on the smartphone block, was launched by co-founder and former Apple CEO John Sculley in Singapore on Thursday.
Maker of Budweiser, Stella Artois and Corona said overall beer volumes fell by 2.7 percent in the July-Sept period.
Apple CEO Tim Cook may be "proud to be gay," but he is not alone. More company chiefs are making their sexual orientation known. Here is a list.
GoPro reported that revenue increased 46 percent compared to the same period last year, and presented a positive outlook for the holidays.
GoPro stock is worth buying, even after shares spiked higher on a quarterly earnings beat, Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities says.
Jim Cramer takes a look at the five worst fears of what would happen when QE ended, and takes the pulse on where the economy is now.
U.S. stocks ended higher Thursday with the help of Visa's earnings and positive economic data, and one market pro thinks the good times will continue.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Citigroup, GoPro, Starbucks & more.
The NYSE's Securities Information Processor (SIP), which consolidates quote and trade data for NYSE-listed stocks, went down Thursday.
An insurance expert warned that a court decision ruling HealthCare.gov subsidies are illegal would be a political disaster for opponents of Obamacare.
The market will rally next week if the Republicans take back the Senate during the midterm elections Nov. 4, ConvergEx Group' Nick Colas said.
People without bank accounts adopt different strategies for managing their money. Some may actually help them stay on budget.
There's only one thing that matters for gold right now, Jim Iuorio argues.
Apple CEO Tim Cook came out and then went right back to work. It should always be that easy, says the CEO of StartOut.
There could be good news for a problem that has plagued the world's second-biggest economy: intellectual property protection.
Stocks are up despite weak market internals. Much of the Dow's gain is due to Visa and utilities are leading the S&P 500.
As more money flows from traditional wealth managers to Web-based alternatives, more venture capitalists want to invest.
The music industry—in the form of album sales—may be dying a long slow death for everyone else, but not for Taylor Swift.
John Lekas of Leader Capital isn't sweating the end of quantitative easing. In fact, he's wondering why anyone ever thought it mattered.