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Ruling thwarts BP's latest attempt to control its soaring liability from the spill, which may be nearing $50 billion.
The latest American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) survey released on Wednesday suggests PCs may be poised for a comeback
A growing number of companies now have “non-disparagement clauses” in their contracts. Congress doesn't like that.
Many Americans will drive a few miles out of their way to save on gas, but they fail to use a simple way to save money on car insurance.
Four energy companies proposed an $8 billion project that could send wind-generated energy from Wyoming to power-thirsty households in California.
A deal between Liquid Robotics and Boeing means fleets of robots could eventually watch the seas for enemy submarines and drug traffickers.
Coke, Pepsi and Dr Pepper said Tuesday they'll work to reduce the calories Americans get from beverages by 20 percent over the next decade.
The reporter who quit live on the air during a segment about marijuana on a newscast in Alaska defended the incident, citing her strong belief.
The U.S. may be about to have its second straight year of bumper grain harvests. Now if only farmers could get the grain to market.
The measures may not be enough of a disincentive for companies that are tempted by the savings involved in snapping up smaller foreign rivals.
A once-obscure tax dodge known as a corporate "inversion" is turning the debate over U.S. tax reform upside down.
An exhibit featuring human corpses by Germany’s famed “Dr. Death” has been banned in Berlin for violating funeral laws, according to reports.