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Controversial Irish fighter Conor McGregor announced his return to the UFC after not taking part in the sport for the last two years.
European markets closed lower by a slim margin Monday afternoon, having spent the day see-sawing above and below the flat line thanks to investor jitters over world trade.
HSBC, Europe's largest bank, said profit before tax went up by 4.58 percent year-over-year to $10.712 billion in the first-half of 2018.
Across the country, the search for Amazon's HQ2, as the project has been nicknamed, is shrouded in secrecy. Even civic leaders can't find out what sort of tax credits and other inducements have been promised to Amazon, The New York Times reports.
Recycle Track Systems offers waste removal and recycling by connecting companies with independent trash haulers.
Iconic motorcycle brands like Harley-Davidson and Polaris have said they are interested in producing electric motorcycles. But, smaller brands have been making electric bikes for years.
The White House is reserving the right to impose the tariffs on vehicles made in Canada, a senior administration official told CNBC.
NASA announced the assignments of the first nine astronauts riding commercial spacecraft to the ISS.
Juul dominates the U.S. e-cigarette market, but its popularity among teenagers has created an army of critics and drawn scrutiny from regulators.
A host of U.S. companies signed partnerships with the United Kingdom Space Agency, and several more are waiting in the wings.
A seventh-generation Wisconsin kidney bean processor and supplier found itself an unexpected victim of the Trump administration's trade spat with Europe.
After Berkshire Hathaway's board changed its share buyback policy in July, investors have awaited word on a formal plan. They may hear about one as early as Saturday.
The plunge stands as Helios and Matheson's worst week on record since going public in 1997.
Despite a strong jobs report in July, economists Satyam Panday and Anthony Chan said that growth may not continue.
Apple farmers across the nation say the triple threat of tariffs from Mexico, China and India will challenge their business.
Employers are finding unique ways to reward tenured employees in a tight job market.
Samsung's New Zealand website published a video showing off the Galaxy Note 9 ahead of its announcement.
The $1 trillion valuation mark is now behind Apple but three more technology companies are quickly closing in on the milestone.
The Seattle-based coffee giant is working with Microsoft and a leading global exchange on a new digital platform that will allow consumers to use bitcoin to buy Frappuccinos.
Kraft Heinz said that it does not want its short-term gains from mergers and acquisitions to turn into long-term headaches, as signs point to the food giant's waning interest in Campbell Soup.