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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.
Cadillac will go through a major strategic realignment, spinning off as a separate business unit and moving its headquarters to New York City.
Multiple law enforcement agencies are investigating after a loaded shotgun was found in a bathroom at Terminal D of the Miami International Airport.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says the steps will ensure that it's no longer financially beneficial for companies to use that tactic.
You might not be able to get away with "beer for breakfast" but if Starbucks tests go right, you could get that Guinness flavor in your morning joe.
The number of deaths linked to a faulty ignition switch in General Motors vehicles rose by two last week.
In-flight fine dining may sound like an oxymoron, but one airline bets its meals are tasty enough that customers will eat them when not flying.
The family joins a growing movement of charities, pension funds, universities and other entities that have moved money out of fossil-fuel investments.