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Airbnb has spent more than $8 million and hired a top political operative to defeat a San Francisco initiative on the ballot Tuesday that could threaten the growth of one of the most valuable global technology companies.
A government watchdog just released a new report blasting the Dept. of Defense for spending nearly $43 million on building a compressed natural gas filling station in Afghanistan.
The President signed a budget bill averting a possible U.S. debt default. The bill suspends the U.S. debt limit for two years.
Chemicals and seed maker DuPont said it would consolidate some businesses within two units - one that makes nylon and polyster and another that makes materials such as Kevlar.
Shares of HP, the legacy printer and PC business of former Hewlett-Packard Company, soared as much as 11% Monday, outpacing the new Hewlett Packard Enterprise which holds the firm's corporate hardware and services units.
GOP presidential hopeful and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says the government is to blame for the slow and stagnant economy.
French group Alstom said it completed the $13.6 billion sale of its energy business to General Electric, which was comobined with its power and water unit, and renamed GE Power.
U.S. factory activity slowed for a fourth-straight month in October, but a rise in new orders helped keep the gauge in expansion territory and better than the bigger dip Wall Street expected.
The world is no longer at risk of running out of oil or gas for decades ahead with existing technology capable of unlocking so much that global reserves would almost double by 2050 despite booming consumption, oil major BP said on Monday.
In a fender bender? Don't fret, a new technology is revolutionizing how scrap yards, dealerships and auto body repair shops across the country are finding parts quickly and cheaply.
The U.S. dollar spent the month of October in high demand as gold struggled with an identity crisis on whether it’s a commodity or currency, and oil prices remained within a fairly narrow range.