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Eleven cities still in the running for Amazon HQ2 are in states lacking nondiscrimination laws. Gay rights advocates have taken notice.
Alex Van Der Zwaan is accused of making false or misleading statements regarding email communications with Richard Gates.
The clock is 500 feet tall and powered by the Earth's thermal cycles, Bezos said in a tweet Tuesday.
Trump says an alleged kiss in Trump Tower "never happened."
Apple releases a patch that prevents a text message bug that was crashing iPhones.
Portfolio managers reveal why they think Intel is the must-own chip stock.
Hold off on buying a new Samsung phone right now, the company's new flagship Galaxy S9 is due out soon.
Pennsylvania's Supreme Court released a new congressional map that will take effect for this year's critical midterms.
Walmart's fourth-quarter earnings miss expectations, though revenue and same-store sales surpass projections.
The US Supreme court protected California's ten-day waiting period for firearms purchases amidst a challenge from guns rights activists.
Shares of Fogo de Chao skyrocketed after the company disclosed that it was being acquired by Rhone Capital in a deal worth $560 million.
Grocery chain Albertsons is planning to acquire the remainder of Rite Aid that isn't being sold to Walgreens.
Millennials are likely to exceed their budget on housing in NYC, New York Business Journal reports.
Google launched its new competitor to Apple Pay on Tuesday.
It may not be the sexiest choice, but more Americans plan to save the cash they get back from Uncle Sam.
The emergence of self-driving electric cars and travel sharing are set to dent oil consumption by 2040, oil and gas giant BP said.
Trump's tweet on Obama follows a flurry of posts he has made since Friday's bombshell indictment of Russians accused of election meddling.
Facebook plans to send postcards to potential buyers of political ads to confirm they reside in the U.S.
Guess says co-founder Paul Marciano will no longer keep his day-to-day responsibilities at the apparel retailer.