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Russian defense companies boosted weapons sales by more than 20% last year, driven by demand from the country's military.
The powerful but little-known group that administers global website names has been hacked.
Sure, corporate chiefs' pay often is eye-poppingly high. But at some companies, executives lower down the ladder quietly out-earned their CEO bosses.
Investing in companies with increasing dividends like Disney and Starbucks can really pay off.
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Beauty goods company Avon has been fined $135 million by the SEC for bribing Chinese officials with luxury goods -- everything from Gucci bags to Tiffany pens.
It's been a mostly successful turnaround year for BlackBerry under CEO John Chen. But the company's sales continue to plunge and that has Wall Street spooked.
If you're hoping Santa leaves you a tummy tuck or nose job under the tree, you're not alone.
The shale boom has been a blessing to Texas, but tumbling oil prices are casting a shadow over the state.
Portland's mayor says the city will create new rules, eventually allowing Uber to operate there.