Starbucks says more than 1,000 of its workers have enrolled for an upcoming fall semester at Arizona State University to take advantage of a program that helps pay for their tuition.
The U.S. Department of Energy has issued a Presidential Permit for a 330-mile electric transmission line to carry lower-cost Canadian hydroelectric power to New York City.
A New Jersey bankruptcy judge hears arguments Tuesday over whether Atlantic City's former Revel Casino Hotel should be sold for 5 cents on the dollar to a Toronto asset management firm.
A union representing German train drivers has called members out on a nine-hour strike Tuesday night, starting a campaign of walkouts after members voted for strikes in a pay dispute.
Pennsylvania's governor called a Vermont college's decision to invite convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal to give a commencement address "unconscionable" Monday, as a state legislative committee advanced a victim's rights bill designed to prevent those convicted of violent crimes from causing their victims "mental anguish."
Government figures show that industrial production in Germany dropped by a bigger-than-expected 4 percent in August, the second disappointing set of data this week from Europe's biggest economy.
The world's biggest smartphone maker is suffering a stunning financial decline in the face of intense competition from Apple Inc. and upstart Chinese brands.
The Bank of Japan kept its policy unchanged Tuesday as widely expected, adding no new easing.
Just because you can talk to your car doesn't mean you should.
Americans are expected to spend at the highest rate in three years during what's traditionally the busiest shopping season of the year.
Smartphones, tablets and other gadgets aren't just changing the way we live and work.
A NASA-backed study explores an innovative way to dramatically cut the cost of a human expedition to Mars -- put the crew in stasis.