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IBM went an unconventional route to hire new coworkers for its super-computing system Watson.
CEO Richard Plepler says HBO isn't hastening the demise of cable bundling by offering streaming content.
The SEC suspended trading in four microcap companies touting development of Ebola-related treatments or services.
Sotheby's just sold Georgia O'Keeffe's iconic "Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1" painting for a record $44.4 million.
The Columbus Blue Jackets player filed for bankruptcy due to his parents mishandling his assets for four years.
When you do your holiday shopping this year, don't be surprised if you see some new retail technologies at the mall.
Cable billionaire John Malone is the largest landowner in the U.S. Now, he's becoming one of the biggest real-estate holders in Ireland.
More than 14 million autos have been recalled globally due to air bags that have ruptured, injuring passengers.
About 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. drinks alcohol excessively, according to a study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Bronx has the highest unemployment rate in the state of New York. Here's what millennials there are doing about it, the GlobalPost reports.
If retailers succeed in shutting down Apple Pay, it could have some serious implications for consumers.
As the Federal Reserve gets set to chart a future course off zero interest rates, investors now have a chance to play along.
Million-dollar homes outshone every other price category in October as luxe buyers are feeling increasingly confident.
Twilio's technology lets marketplaces create private chat rooms.
Take heart kitchen gourmands and chocoholics. Short-term pains lead to long-term gains.
College applicants are now cleaning up online profiles before applying to schools, reports the New York Times.
Property and agriculture losses caused by climate change is forecast to increase exponentially in the coming decades, reports USA Today.
BuzzFeed accused Uber SVP Emil Michael of criticizing journalists, but USA Today has a different take. The USA Today reports.
Factory activity in the mid-Atlantic expanded at its fastest pace in years, with growth blowing past expectations.
Jeff Bezos bridged Amazon and Washington Post with a deal that offers Kindle owners free Post access for six months, reports New York Times.