Marissa Mayer used what may be her final meeting with Yahoo shareholders to defend her record as CEO.
Pulse nightclub's owner has worked to raise thousands of dollars to give to employees whose jobs are in limbo after a shooter took 49 lives at the Orlando gay club on June 12.
A Massachusetts judge says he'll need more time to consider arguments over Redstone's mental competency.
The state of Rio de Janeiro received a $900 million bailout from Brazil's federal government Thursday to help it beef up security before the Summer Games.
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Tesla's autopilot failed to turn off, leading to a deadly crash.
The New Jersey Senate and Assembly disagree over which tax cuts should accompany a 23-cent-per-gallon hike in the state's gas tax. As a result the hike won't go into effect Friday.
The announcement that Nancy Grace will be leaving when her contract ends will likely surprise many viewers. Grace is a fixture on the network, which she has made her home for 12 years.
JetBlue will cover the $85 fee for TSA PreCheck for its Mosaic TrueBlue members.
Facebook feels no obligation to burst your bubble -- to algorithmically adjust your News Feed to show you opposing points of view.
On July 12, Amazon is offering deals every five minutes during Prime Day. Hopefully, the deals will be on products customers actually want.
Young investors were more aggressive than their older cohorts during the Brexit-fueled market turmoil, according to Fidelity stats shared exclusively with CNNMoney. It's part of a broader shift of Millennials becoming more bold during market scares.
Glock wins contract worth up to $85 million to arm the FBI and other federal agencies.
Google filed a patent for a smart crib that contains as many baby monitoring devices as possible.
The interest rate on federal student loans for undergraduate students will fall to 3.76% this year from 4.29%.
Sorry Nutella lovers, Google has gone with Nougat as the name for the next version of Android.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney expects the economy to slow sharply. He thinks the bank may have to act fast to boost growth.
Feds warn more than 300,000 Hondas and Acuras pose grave risk of exploding airbags and should be parked until fixed.
The average rate of a 30-year fixed mortgage dropped to 3.48% -- the lowest level since May 2013, according to Freddie Mac.
Investors seem to be over the Brexit fears that gripped the market just after the U.K. voted to leave the European Union. But experts say that the volatility isn't over yet.
While talks continue at two other casinos facing strike deadline, bankrupt Caesars Entertainment reaches deal to avoid walkout at three Atlantic City casinos.
Senator Elizabeth Warren insulted Silicon Valley in the worst way: She compared some of the biggest tech companies to banks that caused the financial collapse.
Electricity prices in Puerto Rico are going up 8% in August and likely by 26% by early 2017. It's the latest hit to the struggling island economy.
From arguing with 2 Chainz about marijuana to the Casey Anthony verdict, a look at some of Nancy Grace's big moments.
A new iOS emoji keyboard called Hillarymoji hit the Apple store on Thursday with 20 Hillary Clinton-related stickers.
Here's a blockbuster merger Willy Wonka could get behind: The maker of Cadbury has offered to acquire iconic iconic chocolate maker Hershey.
What it's like to spend 12 hours in a dress shirt inspired by NASA.
Hertz inked a deal on Thursday to provide rental cars to Uber and Lyft drivers in the U.S. who don't have a car.
"A lot of work still must be done," April Reign says of efforts to add minority representation to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which is responsible for the Oscars.
The average size of a rental has shrunk 8% in the last 10 years, according to RentCafe.
Wonder and whimsy are difficult to conjure on screen, and those qualities are too often beyond the reach of 'The BFG,' Steven Spielberg's movie based on Roald Dahl's children's book.
Nancy Grace is leaving her network home of the past 12 years for a new venture.
Niccolo De Masi is the CEO of Glu, which helps stars turn their lives into video games.
As China has risen to become the No. 2 economy, it has repeatedly used money and markets to get what it wants on the world stage, say foreign policy experts Robert Blackwill and Jennifer Harris.
Lionsgate, the studio behind the popular "Hunger Games" movies, is buying cable network Starz. It's another example of the clout that John Malone, who backs both companies, has in Hollywood.
Apple is working on a technology that can disable phones' photo and video recording capabilities using an infrared signal.
The Indian government has granted 10 million of its current and former employees a 23% increase in their salaries and pensions.
Amazon is doing a second Prime Day on July 12, despite consumer complaints about Prime Day last year, which saw record sales.
Google's offices in Madrid are being raided by police, a source familiar with the situation told CNNMoney.
President Obama warned of a long term hit to global growth if Britain leaves the EU.
A top Singaporean bank says it has stopped providing loans for London property purchases.
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China's powerful internet czar has stepped down from the Cyberspace Administration.
College grads have landed 8.4 million of the 11.6 million jobs created during the economic recovery, according to a new Georgetown report. Those with some college education gained more than 3 million positions.