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U.S. stocks finished sharply lower on Monday and were on track for their worst quarter in four years.
How will Volkswagen solve the problem of the so-called "defeat device" without compromising performance of the 482,000 VW diesels sold in the U.S.?
Women account for just one out of 10 cyber security professionals, as the gender gap widened over two years in a male-dominated field.
Apparently the Super Blood Moon left a little present behind. Burger King announced it will start selling a Halloween-themed burger with a black bun.
Grocery chain Whole Foods is cutting about 1,500 jobs over the next eight weeks as it looks to lower prices and keep up with competition.
German prosecutors launched an investigation on Monday into former Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn over the rigging of vehicle emissions tests.
Workers in Volkswagen's home town of Wolfsburg, Germany, have been left fearing for their futures as the automaker's emissions scandal widens.
The secretive artist known as Banksy said he is dismantling his latest exhibition and shipping its pieces to provide shelter to refugees and migrants.
Critics are increasingly questioning the need for diesel vehicles, especially after last week's discovery that Volkswagen tricked drivers worldwide into thinking their diesel engines were much cleaner than they really are.
Many Americans have received a new credit or debit card in the mail with a computer chip on the front.
As the new head of Volkswagen, Matthias Mueller will be overseeing the largest automaker in the world during the biggest crisis in its history.
Hyundai is recalling nearly a half-million Sonata sedans in the U.S. because of a manufacturing defect that could cause them to stall.
The diesel engine used by Volkswagen to trick emissions testing also was sold to Chrysler and Mitsubishi for use in some European models, sources say.
TV sports leader ESPN reportedly is planning cuts to its signature "SportsCenter" show in light of fans' growing appetite for digital news.
Americans are expected to spend $6.9 billion on Halloween, less than in recent years because we've been stockpiling scary stuff, retail group says.
Volkswagen selected Matthias Mueller, the head of its Porsche unit, as its new CEO, asking him to lead it through a global emissions cheating scandal.
BlackBerry will debut an Android smartphone with a sliding keyboard and an emphasis on privacy, the company's CEO confirmed on Friday.
VW rigged emission tests on about 2.8 million diesel vehicles in Germany, nearly six times as many as it has admitted to falsifying in the U.S.
Ignoring protests from the faithful and authorities, scalpers are selling "free" tickets to see Pope Francis on Craiglist and other websites.
Scenes of fans camped outside some of the world's biggest Apple stores can only mean one thing -- a new product from the U.S. tech giant.