May 23: Stocks in Japan open higher, bouncing back from a deep plunge the day before. More
Fears of a slowdown in global growth were reinforced Thursday as a preliminary report on China's manufacturing in May showed activity contracted for the first time in seven months.
First-time claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, signaling the job market may have improved in May.
Jennifer Lopez is launching a new retail chain for Verizon Wireless to sell phones to Latinos.
The update revamps the Shazam app's old features, and includes new ones focused on location data, popularity, social media and faster tagging.
U.S. stocks head for a second day of declines as major indexes around the world fall deep into the red, dragged down by the Nikkei.
Bitcoin's network generates more power than the top 500 supercomputers and sucks down around $200,000 a day in electricity costs.
J.P. Morgan Chase's Jamie Dimon made $18.7 million last year, putting him fourth on the list of highest-paid chiefs in banking. Which CEOs made even more?
Some 115,000 federal employees are getting four days off, including one unpaid furlough day. Friday is the first of several agency wide furlough days.
Tax avoidance works beautifully -- and legally -- for Apple and other multinationals. Why not make it work for you?
European leaders took the fight to tax cheats Wednesday with a pledge to share bank account data across the EU and accelerate initiatives to tackle abuse by companies.
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