Louis C.K. ordered to make contributions to pension fund as if he's a full-time film editor even though he spends only fraction of his time on that job. More The world's most valuable company is set to join the most exclusive market index in the world at last. More Women on 20s wants to replace Andrew Jackson with a woman. More Glenn Beck's top two lieutenants have left Beck's Internet and television channel, TheBlaze, and are starting a new venture together. More Another possible replacement for Jon Stewart makes a move. Sam Bee of "The Daily Show" is heading to TBS More Tom Brokaw has become friends with poet Donald Hall after being moved by his prose and finds it a comfort in battling cancer. More Adidas announced it would close 200 shops across Russia due to the poor economic situation. More Here are 10 things we know about the Apple Watch -- and five things we don't know. More Apple's giant tablet won't debut until September, according to multiple reports. But the 12.9-inch iPad is a smart idea worth waiting for. More About 1.4 million people currently used the online marketplace to sell their handmade crafts, art and jewelry. More Donating $25 to Creative Chatter Communities may land your selfie on a national billboard More Car buyers borrowing record amounts to buy cars, resulting in record average payments. More The value of homes within a quarter-mile of a Starbucks rise faster than those that aren't, according to real estate research group Zillow. More What's pushing prices up today, Mark Cuban says, are "private investors who are investing in apps and small tech companies." More Fast food giant to phase out antibiotics not "important to human medicine." More The inventor of K-Cups has a big regret: that he invented them. More While the TV industry is wondering whether Brian Williams will ever return to "NBC Nightly News," ABC's George Stephanopoulos is wondering why the anchorman's fib about Iraq got onto the broadcast in the first place. More Another setback for the beleaguered federal agency that oversees Voice of America: CEO Andy Lack is leaving after just a few weeks on the job. More Production of the car will be limited to only 250 a year. Price is comparable to the Lamborghini Aventador. More
Mark Zuckerberg has one rule for hiring Mark Zuckerberg gave out many pieces of career advice during his live Q&A Wednesday from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The famed actor will work with the streaming company to product "fact-based" projects. More The war-torn Ukraine is on the brink of economic collapse. More The historically black school will cover 50% of the cost of a a student's final semester if they graduate early or on time, starting next year. More Theaters like Regal Cinemas won't show Netflix's latest film, "Beasts of No Nation." More The job cuts will mostly impact its Minneapolis corporate headquarters and are part of a larger restructuring. More Clinton' use of personal e-mail while Secretary of State brings attention to corporate policies preventing the same practice by their employees. More It'll cost Deadheads a pretty penny to see The Dead jam with Phish front man Trey Anastasio this summer. More Overall, global smartphone sales surpassed 1 billion for the first time. More IHOP says March 3 is its tenth annual pancake day. It's a made up occasion, but hey, they're offering free pancakes. More Google's Gmail contacts tool is getting a long overdue makeover. More Meet the FREAK bug. Old U.S. export controls on data encryption has come back to haunt us in the form of a nasty computer bug. More A new deal extends the fiery judge's deal with CBS until 2020. More Guinness owner says inclusion of an LGBT group in this year's parade is reason to resume its sponsorship, though some gay rights groups are still protesting the parade's policies. More After ending deal with American Express, Costco will have co-branded Visa issued by Citi and will start accepting Visa cards on April 1. More Michael Jordan is among the newest names on Forbes' annual list of the world's richest people. The basketball star made his fortune through endorsement deals and his ownership of the Charlotte Hornets NBA team. More Microsoft, Intel and HP were hot stocks in 2014. But not this year. Even with the Nasdaq topping 5,000 again, these three companies with big ties to the old PC biz are not rallying. More A report on CBS' '60 Minutes' revealed Chinese-manufactured laminate flooring sold by Lumber Liquidators contains high levels of the cancer-causing chemical formaldehyde. More The Stratos Card is a new Bluetooth-connected device that wants to make all of your credit cards, debit cards, loyalty cards, and gift cards obsolete. More Remember Pets.com? The Nasdaq is roaring back towards its all-time high. Here are some of the biggest dot-com busts from the last time the Nasdaq topped 5,000. More Google will sell wireless service directly to customers, the company announced. More Be consistent, keep costs low - and have faith. It worked for Warren Buffett and it could work for you. More Bill O'Reilly has been faced with challenges to stories he has told about covering the Falklands War, investigating of the JFK assassination, and witnessing the murder of nuns in El Salvador. More Google+ is going to be broken up into Photos, Hangouts and Streams. More After her colleague, Giuliana Rancic, made comments about actress Zendaya Coleman's dreads, Osbourne has left the show. More SanDisk's 200 GB microSD card will give your smartphone pretty much all the storage it needs. More Ikea's Home Smart furniture will wirelessly charge your phone or tablet. More A group claiming to have ties to ISIS has threatened Twitter employees and the company's founder, Jack Dorsey. More These people say they've already finished watching all 13 episodes of the new season of 'House of Cards.' More The top U.S. intelligence official says Iran hacked the casino giant Sands Las Vegas last year. More A recent study found that heavy Facebook users can experience envy, which can lead to depression. More Samsung has unveiled the latest versions of its flagship Galaxy smartphones. More Benmosche sparked controversy and criticism during his five years running AIG, but oversaw turnaround that resulted in taxpayer profit on bailout. More The top 5 consumer complaints have to do with identity theft, debt collectors, imposters, telephone companies and banks. More The happiest day of a hedge fund manager's life is a sad day for his investors. More The new FCC net neutrality rules are here. Now Comcast is threatening lawsuits and warning it'll stop investing in its own network. More Potential presidential candidate says that improvement in unemployment rate is due to millions of jobless not being counted. More February was a fantastic month for the whole market. But cybersecurity stocks and the new HACK ETF were among the biggest winners thanks to more big data breaches and strong earnings reports. More With the death of Leonard Nimoy, the actor who played Star Trek's Spock, we remember his character's legacy: The technology we use every day. More UnitedHealth places sharp limits on coverage for laparoscopic or abdominal hysterectomies, following warnings from experts that it poses risks to patients. More Jet.com contest winner Eric Martin got 100,000 shares of the hot startup by signing up 8,000 people. More Where you can still get an Ionic Breeze air freshener. The Sharper Image and five other bankrupt brands still walk among the living, sort of. More Two escaped llamas brought cable news and social media to a standstill on Thursday. More KFC is testing 100% edible chocolate-lined coffee cups in the U.K. More Ericsson is trying to ban the iPhone and iPad as part of a patent lawsuit. More The bankrupt company's name and trademarks will be sold separately from its thousands of physical stores. More Google says porn will continue to be allowed on Blogger after previously banning it. More Netflix celebrates 3-2 vote by FCC in favor of new regulatory approach. More One of New York's biggest newspapers may have a new owner soon. More The son of ESPN.com writer Ivan Maisel has been missing since Sunday. More Starbucks' latest project involves a new media start-up that "will create and produce nonfiction, social-impact content," according to the new company's founder, award-winning journalist Rajiv Chandrasekaran. More Bill O'Reilly has been faced with challenges to stories he has told about covering the Falklands War, investigating of the JFK assassination, and witnessing the murder of nuns in El Salvador. More Over $400 billion worth of food is wasted by consumers each year, according to a new report by a U.K. nonprofit organization called WRAP. More Rule restricting flights to and from LaGuardia Airport to 1,500 miles may be lifted, allowing New York's cross-country travelers to avoid JFK and Newark. More Netflix is one of the hottest stocks of the year. Can the momentum continue now that "House of Cards" is about to return? More The FCC is about to set rules on net neutrality. This is a long fight that isn't over. And nothing's really happening. More Shu-Ling Garver, once a homeless child in Shanghai, rose to one of the top engineers at Intel. Now her entrepreneurial mission is to get kids excited about engineering. More The Northland Center outside of Detroit was one of the first shopping malls built in the 1950s. More Apple is likely going to unveil more details about the Apple Watch at its special event on March 9. More TJX Companies, which owners T.J. Maxx, Marshall's and Home Goods, says workers will get $9 an hour later this year, and $10 an hour by 2016. More The nation's first state-wide ban on plastic bags has been shelved for the next 20 months after opponents in the plastics industry succeeded in putting the law to a referendum. More The FCC has begun a historic meeting on how it will attempt to regulate the Internet. It's all about net neutrality. More For the second time in as many days, Media Matters released a report on another "apparent fabrication" by Bill O'Reilly. More Google's deep-Q network computer algorithm was able to beat Atari video games like a human. More "Daily Show" Stewart scoffs at Bill O'Reilly's "war zone" controversy. More Just as Bill O'Reilly was trying to move on from a dispute over his war stories, the Fox News host suddenly has more questions to answer. More The famously media-shy player filed a trademark application last week for the phrase "I'm just here so I won't get fined," his evasive answer to more than 20 media questions before Super Bowl XLIX. More Waiters, bartenders and other tipped workers will be paid at least $7.50 an hour starting Dec. 31. More The FCC is about to set rules on net neutrality. This is a long fight that isn't over. And nothing's really happening. More Google Flights is the best tool to find the cheapest airfare. More Federal tax revenue has ticked up recently -- and that will give lawmakers more time before having to address the debt ceiling. But that extra time could put the debt ceiling decision smack up against the October 1 spending deadline. More Apple's voice-controlled virtual assistant Siri is learning Russian. More The magazine's favorite cars include three American models for the first time in years, thanks to a big boost from Tesla. More Apple lost an iTunes patent lawsuit and must pay $533 million in damages. More The best seats for the big fight will be reserved for A-list stars and gamblers that have a $250,000 line of credit at MGM Grand. More Senator Elizabeth Warren and a colleague announced they're launching the Middle Class Prosperity Project, which her office says will look at "how the nation's economic system has been rigged against the middle class over the past several decades." More Apple will begin texting customers when their Genius Bar appointments are about to take place, according to 9to5Mac. More Greece's creditors have approved a list of economic reforms drafted by the country's new government, allowing for a four-month extension of its financial lifeline. More A pizza place in Philadelphia lets customers pay $1 to buy a slice for needy customers in the future. And their business is booming. More Britain's North Sea oil industry is suffering its worst losses in four decades due to the price slump and rising production costs. More Ellen Pao is taking her former employer, renowned VC firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, to court for sexual harassment. The trial begins this week. More Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao are expected to split close to $200 million or more for their May 2 fight. More Pebble hopes to strike gold again with a second campaign on Kickstarter for the launch of its second generation Pebble Time smartwatch. More After a week review, the U.S. Department of Transportation concluded that United doesn't need to accept cheap mistake fares. More Apple will begin texting customers when their Genius Bar appointments are about to take place, according to 9to5Mac. More The Tesla P85D is roomy, quiet, comfortable and it's quicker than an Italian supercar. More Video app Vine is expanding its team by hiring an office dog More Android phones sold by AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon will come pre-installed with Google Wallet starting later this year. More While nationwide contract talks between the union and management continue, workers at the nation's largest refinery have joined a strike that now has more than 6,500 U.S. oil workers off the job. More The White House unveiled a proposal Monday that would hold financial advisers handling individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and 401(k)s to a higher standard. More The Television Academy passed new rule changes that expand category field, and define comedy and dramas. More Here are five reasons why Venezuela's economy is bordering on the edge of lunacy. More Here's all the evidence Apple is secretly building an Apple car -- or an Apple car OS. More Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz blasted former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani for questioning President Obama's "love" for his country. More Privately-held Sports Authority could be less than a year away from default on $300 million of its debt according to credit rating agency Moody's. More Some workers will have the same hours on the same days of the week, a move that addresses another big problem many low wage workers face: inconsistent schedules. More Google is launching a YouTube app for kids that strips out inappropriate videos and offers a design even toddlers can use. More