On the face of it, Hamas's escalated stance towards Israel in recent days doesn't make much sense for the Palestinian Islamist group.
For the second year in a row, Toby Keith claims the No.1 spot on Forbes' list of The World's Highest Paid Country Musicians of 2014.
Sunlight can have a huge impact on our wellbeing and mental health. There's even a name for it: seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
HTC sent out invitations Wednesday to a press event on August 19, presumably to unveil its rumored HTC One for Windows Phone.
It's just a little money. In his Q2 2014 investor letter, Elliott Management founder Paul Singer expressed his annoyance at the media's obsession with his decade-long public slug fest with Argentina over $1.3 billion of sovereign debt.
Just a day after Apple purchased Swell, the personalized radio and podcast application has officially shut down.
The fight over the reauthorization of the obscure Export-Import Bank is the perfect opportunity for Democrats to take advantage of the growing rift in the Republican Party.
We're still about two months away from the iPhone 6 launch, but that hasn't stopped people from creating their own mockups based on rumors and reports.
Nintendo posted its third loss in four quarters on Wednesday. Even though Mario Kart 8, its big first-party game released in May, shipped more than 2.82 million copies by the end of June, the Mario-themed racing game was not enough to help Nintendo’s struggling Wii U console perform in this particular quarter.
For eight hours today, California will have its first openly gay governor. State Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins (D) will serve as acting governor until tonight, when Gov.
Snapchat isn't just popular with U.S. teens. The popular smartphone app, which according to Bloomberg is in talks with Alibaba to raise new funding at a $10 billion valuation, has gone global. At BI Intelligence, we recently dove into all the publicly available data on Snapchat for our most recent in-depth look at the emerging social network.
Forget the town pool or weekend trips to the beach. This summer, teenagers have found something way more productive to do with their time; light themselves on fire in hopes of becoming social media famous on platforms like YouTube and Vine.
The heyday of big box discount retailers is over. Consumers are becoming less interested in retailers like Wal-Mart and Target, according to a recent note by Goldman Sachs. Instead, "consumers appear more focused on some combination of value and convenience," the analysts write. The advent of online retailers like Amazon has also contributed to the problems at Wal-Mart and Target, according to the note.
There are all sorts of good reasons to never, ever walk on railroad tracks. As you can see from the Associated Press video above, the chance that you'll be trapped on an 80-foot bridge with a coal train bearing down on you is one of them.
Company performance is directly tied to the actions and decisions of the CEO. A bad one can cause irreparable damage.
John Stoltzfus, chief market strategist at Oppenheimer, is out with a new research note giving a quick update on some of the major macroeconomic takeaways from second quarter earnings announcements.
Philadelphia 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie is using a completely rational, but extremely controversial strategy to build his team.
With just two days left before lawmakers leave Washington, D.C. for a five-week-long recess, the House and Senate still have not agreed on how to keep funding federal highway and construction spending.
The Federal Reserve's Federal Open Market Committee is set to announce the results of its latest two-day monetary policy meeting Wednesday afternoon at 2 pm ET.
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