Nineteen days. Three thousand feet of some of the hardest climbing in the world. And just their bare hands and sticky-soled shoes to get them up the granite-faced monster known as the Dawn Wall.
Companies want to change the law so that it's legal to make robocalls to your cellphone, TODAY reports.
The results are in for this special investing contest, judged by top hedge fund managers.
I suppose we should have seen it coming, really. Back in the fall, when Romneyworld was buzzing about another candidacy, the storyline was this: It's in the realm of the "truly hypothetical," I was told, with a strong suggestion that Mitt Romney would only run as part of a late-entrant party-savior scenario. "A lot of people ...are rooting for him to get in," said one inside source. "Romney's not one of them."
As the 2016 race heats up on the Republican side, with a new Super PAC, donor check or staffing announcement dropping every hour since Christmas, Hillary Clinton's schedule has been notably empty.
More than three-quarters of Americans who got this season's flu shot could get the virus anyway.
LendingClub has shown us what it means to have Google as a strategic investor. The companies are jointly providing loans to small businesses.
Google will stop selling the current version of Google Glass and reorganize the business behind it, the company said on Thursday.
Does a study finding an "unfair," rich-poor balance in state and local taxes offer an accurate picture of U.S. taxation?
The rout in crude oil prices is also punishing one of the world's wealthiest nations: Norway.
The IMF chief says it's "a bit surprising" the Swiss central bank didn't contact her ahead of its stunning monetary move.
Better jobs and higher rents are pushing more young Philadelphians to buy homes in the city's downtown.
Using home sales, prices, construction, mortgage delinquencies and millennial hiring, Trulia says housing is almost back.
The Swiss move to unpeg the franc proves the euro is like a bad, bad marriage, says Jake Novak. Here's what should happen next.
Target Corp said Thursday it would shut down its Canadian operations, ending long-term speculation over the viability of the struggling business.