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Saks soared nearly 20% after hours following a New York Post reported that the luxury retailer had hired Goldman Sachs to explore a possible sale.
New York City officials have ruled in Nigel Warren's case, saying Airbnb violates a so-called "illegal hotel" law.
Take a sneak peak into Microsoft's research lab where they develop and test the new Xbox One and Kinect.
Herbalife hired Pricewaterhouse Coopers as its new accounting firm. KPMG resigned last month after discovering one of its partners was providing illegal stock tips on clients.
New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley said the central bank's current plan for unwinding its stimulus program is "stale".
Microsoft's latest Xbox One game console focuses on its Kinect motion-tracking camera
Apple CEO Tim Cook does not believe Apple's offshore cash practices and tax payments are unfair and says he wouldn't preside over them if they were.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Tennessee is 'offended' by the Congressional hearing on Apple's taxes, but Democratic Sen. Carl Levin of Michigan says the inquiry is necessary.
Jamie Dimon held onto the CEO and chairman titles by a wide margin. Three risk control directors also squeaked by.
Spirit Airlines CEO Bob Baldanza says that 'consumer apprehension' is driving travelers to Spirit Airlines, whose fare costs are lower than the majority of airlines.
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