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Unprecedented steps aimed at propping up Chinese investor confidence failed to stop the country's main stock markets from tumbling again.
The Obama administration is starting a new program designed to spread solar power and solar industry jobs to a wider range of Americans, including renters and low-income communities,
Japanese authorities are expected to free the American woman who was Toyota Motor Co.'s spokeswoman without indicting her on drug charges
Carnival Corp. said it has received U.S. approvals to operate cruises to Cuba and plans to start in May if it gets the OK from the Cuban government.
It has been a tough three weeks for the millions of regular Chinese who've invested vital savings in the country's stock markets.
When it comes to dashboards that are more like smart phones, two things are clear: Customers want them, and automakers are intent on supplying them.
Higher levels of certain hormones make stock traders likelier to take financial risks and may even make markets unstable, a new study has found.
Google has begun testing its self-driving cars in Austin, expanding efforts to gather information on how the prototypes work in the real world.
If you think it's expensive living in Silicon Valley or Beverly Hills, try buying a place in Sagaponack, N.Y.
The Greek government was expected to present economic reform proposals to creditors in hopes of restarting aid talks before the country's coffers run dry.
A group of HSBC employees has been fired after a video emerged online which showed a mock ISIS-style execution.
Robocalls pitching interest rate reductions on credit card balances continue to plague consumers, despite federal efforts to stop the con artists.
SurveyMonkey will add two new members to its board of directors, including Facebook's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg.