NBC News Business
Updated: 14 min 2 sec ago
Twitter's incoming interim CEO says he is committed to maintaining the company's strategy, no matter the criticism it has received from the outside.
Federal courts in New York and Georgia temporarily shut down three debt collection agencies accused of sending deceptive and threatening texts.
Google must scrub search results worldwide when it agrees to requests from users to be "forgotten," France's data protection regulator said.
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was acquitted Friday of charges that he instigated sex parties with prostitutes.
A Malaysia Airlines passenger jet made an emergency landing at Melbourne airport on Friday after instruments indicated an engine fire, officials said.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo will step down on July 1 and be replaced temporarily with founder Jack Dorsey, the company announced.
Changes in technology will create a massive underclass and inequality that could spark "envy and hatred" of the wealthy, a billionaire CEO warned.
The European Commission began a formal antitrust investigation into Amazon's e-book business on Thursday.
CareerBuilder asked 2,200 hiring and human resources managers what they thought were the "biggest productivity killers in the workplace."
After a 20-year hiatus, Pepsi hinted that it's ready to bring back Crystal Pepsi, an uncolored version of Pepsi.
Indiana will charge $500 fines to slowpokes who refuse to move out of the left lane when traffic piles up behind them.
Apple is letting developers make ad-blocking tools for its Safari mobile web browser on iOS 9, threatening revenues for businesses that rely on ads.
Four tourists face three months in a Malaysian prison after allegedly stripping on a "sacred" mountain in what tribes believed triggered an earthquake.
Los Angeles on Wednesday approved a minimum wage hike to $15 an hour, becoming the latest large city to increase pay amid mounting pressure.
A new study reveals that that most Americans think the middle class is easier to fall from than rise to.
Google's Larry Page grabbed the No. 1 spot on Glassdoor's annual report of the 50 most popular chief executives of large U.S. companies.