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The year since hackers broke into Target and accessed millions of credit and debit card numbers has been a brutal one for cyberattacks.
Many supporters of legal marijuana hope for a cottage industry of scrappy growers, collectives and dispensaries. Few expect to get it.
Detroit’s thousands of empty buildings are being flogged — and Chinese investors are answering the siren call of unbeatable deals.
Stroll around the Los Angeles Auto Show and you'll see the wealth gap writ large in the pricey metal automakers are peddling.
European lawmakers leery of Google's inescapable presence in nearly all of the Internet's workings may propose to break up the company.
The web, as we know it, is just the tip of the iceberg. Buried below the surface you can find secrets, and some unsavory behavior.
The Los Angeles Auto Show has always been a place for new reveals, and this year the trends skewed towards eco-friendly cars and unusual hybrid designs.
The ruling, likely to be appealed, was a victory to state employees and retirees who sued to block the overhaul.
In 1999 Jack Ma was living in a small apartment with his wife in Hangzhou, China, when he came up with the idea for Alibaba.
A new report shows that wages at the jobs that used to be the bedrock of the middle-class now barely support a family.
It won't get 30 miles on a gallon of gas, but the new, lighter Ford F-150 will offer substantially better fuel economy, official estimates say.
Apple's first phablet, the iPhone 6 Plus, has been well received by consumers, but its smaller-screened cousin is far outperforming in terms of sales.
Spend enough money and you'll earn a free turkey at some supermarkets in the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving. But some of these deals don't fly.
Auction house calls it "one of the most significant of John's guitars to come onto the market in the last 30 years."
Major stock indexes surge after China acts to boost its economy.
Admiral Mike Rogers said attackers have been able to penetrate such systems and perform "reconnaissance" missions to determine how the systems work.