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Most Android phones will have to wait until 2019 to duplicate the 3D sensing feature behind Apple's Face ID security.
At some point, monthly costs for customers will force them to choose between services, which could pressure companies into reaggregation.
AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes is aiming to form one cohesive Southeast Asian airline.
The Kingdom has taken a major step in its bid to welcome more women into the workforce by hosting its first-ever business forum for women.
"I sat down at 21 and gave myself nine years."
U.S. film and TV studio The Weinstein Company, whose ex-chairman Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexual harassment and assault, said on Monday it filed for bankruptcy.
Malls need to adapt to changing consumer needs in order to survive. One retail expert says the answer lies in turning malls into multi-use villages.
More Californians are moving from the Golden State, particularly lower-income residents, although even middle-class residents are saying goodbye, according to experts.
Atlanta is often touted as a front-runner for Amazon's second headquarters but there is a growing chorus of resistance from those who say the 50,000 jobs simply aren't worth the hassle, the Atlanta Business Journal reports.
Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil giant Aramco, the world's largest oil company, is walking back plans for a massive public share offering on an international exchange.
There's an otherworldly market blooming in the Brazilian jungle.
The building may be the first foray into a new investment model that could allow everyone to invest in a piece of real estate with just a few dollars and the click of a button.
“You've got to enjoy going to work and when you're passionate about something, when you enjoy it, you're going to be better at it,” said the entrepreneur.
Tougher border checks are priced at $2.1 billion extra a year.
U.K.-based Micro Focus said it now expects revenue to fall between 6 and 9 percent for the twelve months ending October 31, 2018.
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