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Markets are bracing themselves for the prospect of a calamitous debt default in Venezuela, which may be worse than Argentina's 2001 crisis.
A team of eight rugby players were able to stop a fully powered Red Bull Formula One car. Physics prove how it was possible.
Corporate profits look to have suffered their third straight quarter of declines.
Ford will construct a new assembly plant in Mexico and ramp up output from that country, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Big airline carriers are winning praise from fliers who believed a small but key amenity had all but disappeared forever.
Analysts say they would not be surprised to see stocks take aim at January's lows in the week ahead.
Drug traffickers and other criminals are hacking into drones — a crime predicted to rise, putting ordinary hobbyists and children at risk.
North Korea's launch is a humiliation for China, but there are no signs that Beijing will change course, The New York Times writes.
China's foreign reserves fell for a third straight month in January, as the central bank dumped dollars to defend the yuan and prevent an increase in capital outflows.
U.S. giants such as Apple and Microsoft buying U.K. artificial intelligence (AI) start-ups as Britain becomes the go-to place for the tech.
Republican contender Marco Rubio struggled at a presidential debate on Saturday, potentially confounding his bid to emerge as Donald Trump's chief rival in New Hampshire.
Fox Studios's social media marketing campaign has launched Marvel Comics' cult sensation Deadpool into the mainstream.
Along with the rapid growth of fantasy sports has come questions about whether daily fantasy sport betting is even legal.
Hillary Clinton’s older feminist supporters have a message for young women not backing her candidacy: Shame on you, The NY Times reports.
Decreasing margin debt and money flowing from riskier small caps indicate fading appetite for risk.
January job gains missed expectations but here's why it was actually good news, explains former Fed official Carl Tannenbaum.
John L. Tishman, who helped transform the skylines of Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles and New York, died on Saturday, the NYT reports.
Unfortunately for the athletes, sometimes it's not the game people remember from the Super Bowl. Here are the top show-stopping moments.
The surge in emerging market lending has come to a halt and may now give way to financial market turmoil and a global economic downturn, BIS warns. The FT reports.
Jim Cramer spoke with the CEO of Verizon Communications, who shed light on the company's interest in Yahoo.