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Video gamers' lives were forever changed after Atari created the first in-home console.
The scrap heap is piled high with lousy cars. But a few famous flops deserve a little reconsideration.
The former Fed chair's take on equity-risk premiums is seriously flawed.
Tesla says it needs to fix back seat in hundreds of its Model S made over recent 4-week period.
State-based health insurance exchange for individuals and small businesses may not be ready for enrollment in October, a government report says.
Despite a tepid forecast for 2014 earnings and the U.S. economy, shares of FedEx rallied.
She waited until the penultimate day of a three-week trial to declare her feelings.
By one estimate, as many as six million retailers in the U.S. could soon owe sales taxes on goods and services sold in other states. Tax software providers are seeing dollar signs.
This is not the typical leadership tumult of a troubled company with activist investors or a crumbling board.
It's over for the struggling phone maker, right? Not so, says a vocal contingent of analysts and investors. They think the company's worst days are behind it.
At Pixel Academy in New York kids can learn to code, build apps and design video games.
Profits are a necessity, says a new book by a French design team, but sustainability and simple pleasure matter, too.
Graduates who majored in business administration, criminal justice, English, drama and psychology during college, are more likely to work in jobs they are overqualified for, according to a recent report.
With revelations the NSA has been tracking data on the Internet, some are wondering how they can hide their activity from prying eyes.
The population of multi-millionaires in little-known Chinese cities is growing at a breakneck pace, according to new research from WealthInsight.
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