From executive gaffes to failed devices, there was plenty to talk about in tech in 2014.
U.S. stocks are opening slightly higher in relatively quiet trading the day after Christmas.
Obama's immigration order means $8 million in new lease payments and $40 million in salaries. The NYT reports.
The price of natural gas dipped below $3 on Friday, with a warm December and plentiful supplies behind the decline.
Some 13 Port Authority cops could end up earning around $300,000 or more each this year, the Bergen Record reported.
A Washington state man who created a nativity scene to display near the state Capitol in Olympia this week can’t understand why someone stole the baby Jesus figure.
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation inspired two young people to give their passion, and to write in about it.
The National Retail Federation provided four tips for a smooth returning of holiday presents, USA Today reports.
The ruble ended a five-day rally and starting sliding again after a top Russian official said the currency had stabilized.
Lizard Squad, a hacker group, claimed responsibility for Thursday's connection problems to the PS and XBox networks.
The U.S. Army calls World War II's Battle of the Bulge, a six-week campaign in the Ardennes Forest of Belgium that began on December 16, 1944, "arguably the greatest battle in American military history."
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services is nearing a settlement with regulators over how the company graded real-estate bonds.
Bummer. Sony's PlayStation networks were still down; Xbox is still kind of limited, their service websites said early Friday.
Washington state's minimum wage will rise to the highest in the nation on Jan. 1.
Platforms like Spotify and Pandora are listening in as Congress weighs reform.
Republicans once idolized the tax-cutting star; now they look askance at him.