The University of Southern Maine will cut 50 faculty positions and two academic programs as it tries to close a $16 million budget gap, the school announced Monday.
Facebook has closed its acquisition of mobile messaging service WhatsApp in a deal that is now worth $21.8 billion, up from the original $19 billion deal struck, thanks in part to the social network giant's rising stock price since February.
General Electric Co (NYSE:GE) on Monday named its top deal-making executive as head of its healthcare business, saying that the unit's prior chief is leaving the company.
A team of international researchers investigated the possible link between breast implants and a form of lymphoma that may develop in tumors at a later stage.
GT Advanced Technologies Inc, Apple Inc's partner in a sapphire glass plant in Arizona, said it had filed for voluntary bankruptcy protection.
The multinational commodity trading and mining company is reportedly laying groundwork for a possible merger with Rio Tinto sometime next year.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Monday lauded the expansion of dental coverage for Medicaid-eligible children in Macomb and Kalamazoo counties, saying it's another step toward the goal of expanding access to dental care to all children across the state.
The Illinois Department of Public Health has received hundreds of public comments about regulations it is considering for the processing and sale of unpasteurized milk.
President Barack Obama is meeting with top financial regulators at the White House to discuss progress implementing Wall Street rules.
The beverage giant’s plan to double-down on Coke instead of diversifying in the face of multi-year decline in global soda demand is puzzling, to say the least.
The U.S. stock market turned negative on Monday as key benchmarks relinquished early morning gains.
If you’ve just returned from an exotic getaway, gushing about it may harm your relationships, suggests a study published in the journal Psychological Science.
The deaths of four children, possibly linked to their infections with enterovirus D68, are still puzzling to experts
A U.S.-British scientist and a Norwegian husband-and-wife research team won the Nobel Prize in medicine Monday for discovering the brain's navigation system — the inner GPS that helps us find our way in the world — a revelation that could lead to advances in diagnosing Alzheimer's.