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Chinese police are patrolling the streets of Rome and Milan this month as part of an experimental police exchange program between the two countries.
Motorized group tours of London's famous landmarks are almost as common as the city's iconic red double-decker buses.
Nissan Motor Co. is taking a 34 percent stake in scandal-ridden Mitsubishi Motors Corp.
The future of transportation could be closer than you think as Hyperloop One tested its electric engine in its first open-air demonstration.
Internet giant Google said Wednesday it will ban all ads from payday lenders, calling the industry 'deceptive' and 'harmful.'
Tesla looks like it may be in hot pursuit of a new market.
A much anticipated bill dealing with Puerto Rico's fiscal crisis is delayed for more negotiation, but could come Thursday.
Is Google going black? A new setup ditches the blue completely: Previously visited links change from black to light grey, instead of blue to purple.
They're all the rage: Kik has them, Facebook wants them, and it seems like every computer coder wants to make them. But what are chatbots, anyway?
Mitsubishi, under investigation for lying about fuel economy data, said such tampering is suspected in all of its vehicles sold in Japan.
LendingClub founder Renaud Laplanche isn't just the face of a company, but an industry.
Residents in Zug will be able to use the cryptocurrency for payments of up to $205 for some public services beginning July 1.
Walt Disney, an investor favorite for consistently beating Wall Street earnings targets, reported a rare miss on Tuesday.
The dollar fell after a two-week high the previous day, while European stocks also put a positive start to the week behind them to trade lower.
The headache Daveed Diggs faced filing his taxes illustrates why it's better not to burn bridges if you can avoid it — even when you become famous.
Airlines ask travelers to share photos of long security lines on social media to highlight a problem leading some airports to use private security.
Businesses globally are using the United States as an excuse to avoid doing business with Iran, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday.
Uber will join with the International Association of Machinists to launch a guild to represent drivers of the ride-hailing service in New York City.
Budweiser will rename its beer 'America' this summer and alter its labels with images and phrases affiliated with the republic.
U.S. stocks traded higher Tuesday, helped by weakness in the yen against the dollar and gains in oil prices.