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Starwood said Friday that the point-of-sale systems at some North American hotels had been infected with malware designed to steal payment card data.
Aetna Inc. and other insurers say business, including individual state Obamacare health plans, is performing as expected.
Volvo has struck a deal with Microsoft that will see the two companies work together in developing driverless vehicle.
It will take another 118 years - or until 2133 - to eliminate the gender wage gap worldwide, a new report forecasts.
When Volkswagen submits a plan to fix emissions-cheating diesel engines on Friday, it will have only two options for most of the cars.
The hidden cost of buying a car is not the price of gas or even fuzzy dice, it's what you'll pay in auto insurance, which can vary widely depending on
Hard cider, one of the hottest sectors of the alcoholic beverage market, is cooling off heading into the traditionally big winter months. Here's why.
UnitedHealth, the nation's largest health insurer, chopped its earnings forecast and said it is questioning its future in public insurance exchanges.
Some of Italy's most famous and popular tourists sites were named by the State Department on Thursday as "potential targets" for terrorist attacks.
A majority of U.S. consumers plan to go to Amazon.com for most of their online holiday shopping, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
Is insuring your smartphone worth it? That depends on how careful you are with your most prized piece of technology. Here's some advice to consider.
Mobile payment startup Square or online dating giant Match Group both began trading as public on Thursday, but investors may want to tread carefully.
With the holiday shopping season now gearing up, the expectation is that many people will purchase an Apple Watch as a gift.
About 2,000 baggage handlers and other airport workers at seven of America's biggest hubs went on strike Wednesday night over pay and union rights.
The developer of the Keystone XL pipeline remains committed to completing the final leg of the project despite denial of a federal permit.
Even before last week's Paris attacks, U.S. officials had opened up a new front in the war on ISIS: cutting off its cash flow.
Wireless provider Sprint said Wednesday that new subscribers who switch to its service will pay half what its competitors are charging.
A new report claims that some of America's top financial organizations have been compromised by an ad fraud "zombie army."
A Denver-area store called Isis Books & Gifts wants the world to know its name comes from an Egyptian goddess and it isn't run by terrorists.