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Organizers say fast-food workers in 100 U.S. cities will walk off their jobs Thursday, as part of a push to raise wages in the industry above $15 an hour.
Super Bowl 30-second spots sold for record-breaking $4.5 million, says industry source.
Two million passwords have been stolen, compromising accounts at Facebook, Gmail, Twitter, Yahoo and ADP.
As Snapchat COO, White will be tasked with monetizing that hockey-stick growth and high user engagement.
Shares of Apple have roared back to life after bottoming in April. iBulls have the upper hand over iBears.
Bitcoin is a libertarian dream come true. Here's how it'll change the world if it succeeds.
Newsweek's new owners think they can succeed at something its previous owners failed at: printing a weekly magazine in the United States.
The European Union has levied a record antitrust fine of €1.71 billion ($2.3 billion) on six European and U.S. banks and brokers for rigging benchmark interest rates.
The stock of Gogo, an in-flight wireless provider, has jumped sharply in recent trading but some think the rally will soon cool.
Experts say big box retailers haven't adapted to the local market.
Apple is still reasonably priced, but it's no longer dirt cheap.
Who needs to own a boring U.S. Treasury bond when you can buy an exciting tech stock and get a similar -- or in many cases, higher -- yield in the process?