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Technology company IBM is sensitive to the perception that Americans are losing jobs to Indians, N.Y. Times reports.
Authorities in Madrid have moved to stop an independence referendum in the Spanish region of Catalonia Sunday.
This year, all of the 1 million-plus kids enrolled in NYC schools will be eligible for free lunch, regardless of parental income.
The GOP tax framework unveiled this week would give the biggest windfall to the richest Americans, according to a tax policy watchdog.
Facebook and Alphabet's Google unit facing a face-growing number of government probes from Congress, executive branch
Fresh from a merger, Bass Pro founder Johnny Morris cut the ribbon on the Wonders of Wildlife museum
Roku's startling first day surge made it the best-performing IPO this year, but the good times may not last, according to experts.
Performer Cher claims she was "duped" by a Los Angeles billionaire over a health care stock investment.
It turns out $100,000 can let you reach you up to 25 million people or allow you to target a key, niche audience multiple times.
“My original teacher was a man named Jim Rohn and he said, ‘leaders are readers,” says the “CEO Whisperer.”
Nigeria's battered economy is on the mend, but a host of factors raises questions about whether its lucky streak can continue.
Frac sand stocks have been jostled by concerns about the dunes sagebrush lizard, whose habitat overlaps with the oil-rich Permian basin.
In celebration of its 115-year anniversary, Harley Davidson is releasing eight new motorcycles to inspire a new generation.
The gender pay gap exists even among A-list stars.
Hunter Allis's dream of creating his own video game came true thanks to mobile app developer Bottle Rocket and Make-A-Wish Foundation.
"You need to figure out who you are and what's important to you," Kurtz says.
Use these words, and you won't get hired, you won't get that contract, you won't get promoted.
China's manufacturing activity grew at the fastest pace since 2012 in September as factories cranked up output to take advantage of strong demand and high prices.
Japanese authorities are cementing its place as a driving force for bitcoin, at a time when China is turning its back on virtual currencies.