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Microsoft is cutting the cord on Windows RT, its poorly executed tablet operating system.
Apple is facing a class-action lawsuit from employees who say they were denied meal breaks and rest periods.
Strong corporate earnings are making investors more bullish despite events in Gaza and Ukraine.
Corporate inversions are on the rise. A U.S. company can greatly lower its tax bill by merging with a foreign firm and legally moving its headquarters abroad. Lawmakers from both parties are unhappy with the trend and want to change the rules. In the meantime, some are saying the move is unpatriotic.
With cost-cutting at the U.S. Postal Service more letter carriers are working later and later to deliver your mail. About 38% of mail is delivered after 5 p.m. in cities nationwide. And areas like Atlanta, Washington and South Florida, it's 70%.
General Motors recalls another 718,000 U.S. cars to deal with variety of problems including seat height adjustments, welds and power steering.
It reported earnings showing the company is slightly more profitable, but revenue fell short.
Reformer Joko Widodo has been declared the winner of Indonesia's presidential election.
While Europe talks tougher sanctions, the U.S. has already gone after top businesses.
Mobile phone maker is a burden on quarterly results. What's CEO Satya Nadella's next move?