Billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk, the CEO of several high-profile American companies, broadcast to his 22 million social media followers on Sunday an unfounded and disparaging claim about an expert caver who...
1. China slowdown: China's huge economy is cooling just as trade tensions with the United States are heating up.
China isn't making life any easier for one of its leading smartphone makers.
China's huge economy is cooling just as trade tensions with the United States are heating up.
1. Power problems: General Electric has embarked on a sweeping makeover aimed at returning the iconic company to greatness.
Amazon has successfully invented a new shopping holiday, and it's set to capitalize on the rewards.
Twitter has suspended two accounts allegedly used by Russian intelligence officers to spread information hacked from Democrats computers and email accounts during the 2016 US presidential election.
When Dara Khosrowshahi became the CEO of Uber, he was seen as the leader who could fix the brand's image.
Entrepreneurship is in Detroit's DNA. It's what turned it into one of America's most iconic cities, known the world over as the heart of both the nation's automobile industry and the birthplace of music's "MoTown sound"...
Microsoft has helped innovate facial recognition software. Now it's urging the US government to enact regulation to control the use of the technology.
Forty students learning how to code in a classroom on the third floor of Pontifical Catholic University in downtown Rio de Janierio got an unusual assignment Friday: Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai stopped by to ask if...
A rising dollar. Escalating trade tensions. And way too low unemployment.
The face of Papa John's is being sliced out of its ads.
There is nothing "unusual or in the least bit wrong" about a US president wanting to speak with the leader of Russia, journalist Michael Isikoff said about President Trump's upcoming summit with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.
One of Hollywood's most dependable franchises has a new film opening this weekend. That franchise? Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
Wells Fargo keeps finding new parts of its vast banking empire that overcharged innocent customers.
Katy Perry was one of the biggest losers in the Great Twitter Follower Purge of 2018, losing about 2.8 million followers overnight.
Uber has started to continuously monitor its US drivers for new criminal offenses, a move intended to ensure passenger safety and peace of mind.
The United States has officially lifted its crippling export ban on Chinese company ZTE, easing one point of contention with Beijing amid an otherwise escalating trade fight.
It might be time for Comcast to throw in the towel.
Even when he's thousands of miles from home, President Trump defaults back to his "fake news" insult whenever it's convenient or politically expedient.
Google cofounder Larry Page is so serious about flying cars that he just poured a bunch of money into a second startup focused on the technology.
John Schnatter is Papa John. He's tied to Papa John's advertising as cheese is to pizza, but he resigned as chairman for using a racial slur.
If you feel like stuff has been getting more expensive lately, you're right.
Wells Fargo's earnings keep getting dinged by a laundry list of scandals.
JPMorgan Chase continues to benefit from a US economy that's still humming along.
Ride-hailing startups in emerging markets are driving into new territory.