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DirecTV is developing an Internet product that it would sell separate from its core video service.
The events have gained attention, but the fatter paychecks probably haven't materialized for many minimum wage workers.
Twitter Inc was forced to nix a change to its "block" feature on Thursday, after attracting a wave of protest from users.
It has been three centuries since Catalonia was independent from Spain, but the day when it regains autonomy seems closer.
Google has announced that it will begin charging advertisers only for ads that have actually been seen by web-users.
North Korea executed Jang Song Thaek, who was not only the uncle of leader Kim Jong Un but also seen as its second-most powerful man.
Global strategists at Citi have found what they think are the "seven remaining value trades."
Bank of America has agreed to pay $131.8 million to settle charges that it misled investors about mortgage securities.
European financial watchdogs have warned against using virtual currencies such as Bitcoin, causing it to fluctuate. The FT reports.
While Friday the 13th can often be lucky for stocks, traders are watching to see if dip buyers will step in to provide some support for the market.
"The problem is it's just simply overvalued," Brian Wieser says.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday passed a two-year, bipartisan budget plan that would end some automatic spending cuts
Cramer thinks Santa just left an early present.
Noted investors Bob Olstein and Dennis Gartman offer their market outlook.
Cramer thinks big movie studios are behind the sell-off underway in the market.
The Department of Transportation said it will consider a ban on in-flight phone calls as part of its consumer protection.
A week of freezing temperatures has damaged California's $2 billion citrus crop.
The redesigned Ford Mustang will be just one of models the automaker plans to add next year.
The Obama administration announced a new series of measures aimed at getting as many people insured as possible by Jan. 1.
Belgium's Senate has strongly supported legislation that would extend the country's euthanasia law to children under certain conditions.