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After serving nine years of a 33-year prison sentence for a 2008 armed robbery involving his own sports memorabilia, former football legend O.J. Simpson will plead for his freedom Thursday on live television.
Elon Musk says The Boring Company received "verbal" government approval to begin building an underground Hyperloop between four northeastern cities.
An IRS rule change will force managers to pay billions of dollars in taxes on pay they have accumulated in offshore funds
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos made his Instagram debut on Thursday with a quick video sitting on the roof of a new rocket factory.
The 2018 House budget plan starts the conversation America needs to have about spending and politics, says Jake Novak.
Amazon keeps staffing up with medical experts, and has just hired the head of Box's health group.
The pay gap between company bigwigs and ordinary working stiffs is narrowing, but there's still a major chasm.
T. Boone Pickens on Thursday said he was struggling with speech after a recent fall, but is determined to get better and continue working.
Trading options can be an intelligent way to limit risk and balance your portfolio.
The Los Angeles County coroner says Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, was found dead in his home near Los Angeles on Thursday.
The recent congressional wrangling over Obamacare may turn out to be tame compared with the looming fight over your taxes.
Investors appear to be growing increasingly concerned that global central banks' monetary policy has proven too accommodative.
The Wall Street analysts who rate Facebook's stock have cut their 2017 profit estimates on the company by about 11 percent during the last three months.
"It keeps you on your toes," the CEO, founder and chairman of Gamco Investors says.
"Too many people are leaving money on the virtual table."
Digital currency developers appeared to come closer to an agreement that would prevent a split in the cryptocurrency.
The company is embroiled in a legal dispute with Apple, which began with a $1 billion royalty dispute in January.
Israel-based Check Point Software had an unusual warning for investors.
Millennials spend more on average per year on groceries, gas, restaurants and cellphone bills, USA Today reports.