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Meet Americans who have renounced citizenship to escape an overly complicated tax code.
Sprint's parent company wants to buy T-Mobile. But U.S. regulators fought hard to keep T-Mobile independent in the past and likely will do the same in the future.
With little economic or corporate news on tap, stocks were flat Tuesday. But shares of J.C. Penney surged on hopes the retailer's worst days may be over.
Hip hop mogul Russell Simmons has his hands in many businesses, but he still takes the time to meditate, which he says helps him do 'twice as much work.'
The David Lynch Foundation has been getting an increasing number of calls from Wall Street firms to come and offer its $1,000 intensive course on Transcendental Meditation to employees.
There's a strong possibility that General Motors won't face legal liability for most of the 13 deaths caused by an ignition defect in 1.4 million cars built between 2003 and 2007.
HeliCat is a catamaran designed to go through rough waters better than a single hull small boat.
Did General Motors and industry regulators fail to detect safety problems that may have led to 13 traffic deaths? A House panel has now opened an investigation, and will hold a hearing in coming weeks.
Cracks found in Dreamliner wing are latest problem for Boeing's key new jet.
Outside law firms will assist in General Motors' investigation into problems that led to 1.4 million-vehicle recall.