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"We just live in a nonstop world today and people need to slow down."
Primera Air is offering new routes that won't break the bank.
There are a few things Trivago would do differently if it could do its IPO all over again, says CFO Axel Hefer.
Here's why the GOP's 'skinny bill' to replace Obamacare won't pass either, says Jake Novak.
Wall Street is surprised over AMD's strong earnings and guidance due to digital currency mining demand for its graphics cards.
Messenger believes it can provide utility for businesses and users - and potentially make money along the way.
The tech titan and star of hit show “Shark Tank” became uber rich when he took Broadcast.com public in 1998.
Biotech Amgen's second-quarter earnings report revealed the company's growth is slowing and a buildup in inventories.
If you want to work for one of these hot companies, you better hit the books.
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No exact location for plant has been chosen – but southeast Wisconsin under consideration, according to a source.
McDonald's will be "doubling down" on its commitment to adopting technology and will continue to systematically roll out delivery.
After a big stumble with the Wii U, Nintendo is regaining some of its glory with the Switch. Here's how things could still go wrong.
Asia-based investors and entrepreneurs have announced a plan to create what they are calling Bitcoin Cash, N.Y. Times reports.
A new study shows which items are the most commonly stolen in each state.
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Microsoft's cloud is going deeper into the container style of computing.
France replaced the United States as No. 1 country in a global "Soft Power" index, U.S. News reports.
Cowen lowers its revenue forecast for Disney's fiscal 2017 due to weaker than expected movie ticket sales.
Oil companies are threatened by lower cost shale and renewable options, so they're cutting costs and improving production, Financial Times reports.