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Burger King reportedly may soon announce a deal aimed at lowering its taxes by moving its base outside the U.S., according to a new report.
Oil man Harold Hamm could lose billions in a divorce settlement, and it hinges on whether a judge believes he earned his fortune or just got lucky.
A quarter-century after the Exxon Valdez gushed oil into Alaskan waters, new rules for shipping crews might prevent a similar disaster in the Arctic.
We scoured popular home goods stores and rounded up inexpensive 10 duvets and comforters, so your not-so-little one will sleep soundly.
The agreement will resolve claims that Goldman Sachs misled U.S. mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac about risky mortgage securities.
It’s game on between Sprint and T-Mobile. With a saturated market, they are slashing prices on unlimited plans to try and lure you away from the competition.
Seattle’s Tokyo Dog food truck offering includes toppings such as foie gras, shaved black truffles and caviar
Stocks slid as NATO said there was an increase in Russian forces near Ukraine and after Fed Chair Janet Yellen urged caution in raising interest rates.
California rules for testing of autonomous vehicles require that a driver be able to take “immediate physical control” in case something goes wrong.
A study forthcoming in the Journal of Consumer Research finds that humorous complaints get more attention.
Burning Man has turned into a major moneymaker for the local transportation industry in an area that's known for its high concentration of casinos.
Labor remains hampered by effects of the Recession and the Federal Reserve should move cautiously to raise interest rates, Fed chief Janet Yellen said
American Airlines announced it was extending the age range for which it charges a $150 unaccompanied minor fee.
Stocks opened lower as tensions between Russia and Ukraine flared and as investors looked to a speech later by Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen.
Despair and disparity were long building in Ferguson, say three residents who explain how their town became a place of rage.