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The documentary “Gringo Trails” looks at how an influx of millions of new travelers is threatening some tourist destinations.
Stocks ended lower as cheer over the European Central Bank's unexpected rate cut faded, a day ahead of the government's monthly payrolls report.
Mazda pulled the wraps off its redesigned 2016 MX-5 Miata in a multi-city international extravaganza, though some details still remain secret.
Fast food workers walked off the job nationwide on Thursday, as police arrested dozens who engaged in civil disobedience.
Google has agreed to refund at least $19 million to settle charges that it unfairly billed parents for in-app purchases that their kids made.
Funding platforms usually known for financing young companies are being used more and more by public school teachers to buy supplies.
A federal judge has found oil giant BP Plc "grossly negligent" for its role in the 2010 spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
If fast food workers succeed in their demand for wage increases, customers will almost certainly end up paying more for burgers and fries.
The workers — from McDonald's, Wendy's and other chains — are demanding at least $15 per hour as part of a living wage campaign supported by unions.
Most Americans worry about being swamped by medical debt — and those debt fears aren't overblown.
Stocks rose after the European Central Bank reduced its key rate and announced plans to purchase asset-backed securities to spur economic growth.
Private sector job creation slowed a touch in August, missing expectations though roughly maintaining the pace of expansion so far in 2014.
Fast food workers plan to walk off the job in an estimated 150 cities on Thursday, with employees in many locations planning civil disobedience.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is returning to run Bloomberg LP, according to a letter sent to all employees Wednesday.
In the business of catching bad guys, the bounty system provides a mega-dollar revenue stream for snitches and do-gooders.