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  • GoDaddy's most infamous ads 

    From the brazen to the banned, here are some of the internet domain company's most infamous commercials.

  • Indiana governor to 'fix' controversial law 

    Indiana Governor Mike Pence says he will propose legislation to clarify that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act does not give businesses the right to deny services to anyone.

  • Who Is Travis Kalanick 

    He's the entrepreneur disrupting the taxi industry. Travis Kalanick co-founded Uber in 2009. But his aggressive tactics have made him one of the most vilified startup CEOs in Silicon Valley.

  • 'Religious Freedom' law bad business for Indiana 

    After the CEOs of Apple, Angie's List, Eli Lilly, and PayPal vocally criticized the anti-LGBT law, they may put their money where their mouth is - and shrink their operations in Indiana. The controversial bill could also chase away big events like the NCAA finals, impacting tourism.

  • Ford CEO: 2015 will be breakthrough year 

    Ford CEO Mark Fields tells Poppy Harlow why he's bullish on the U.S. economy.

  • How Ford can stop you from speeding 

    Ford expands its presence in the tech capitol of the country as it works on new technology. Next up: driverless cars and vehicles that limit your speed.

  • Ford's souped-up chauffeur ride for China 

    Forget the boring ride to the airport. Ford is throwing extra features in the back seat of its chauffeur vehicles in China. It's personalized luxury.

  • How Hong Kong maintains its busy subway 

    A look at how Hong Kong's subway system, the MTR, stays on track while shuttling an average of 5.2 million passengers a day.

  • Tech exec on Indiana law: 'Human decency issue' 

    PayPal co-founder Max Levchin is urging Silicon Valley to evaluate their business relationships with Indiana in light of the recently passed "religious freedom" law.