Summer isn't over yet, but Labor Day weekend is still for many people the last hurrah for barbecues, beaches, and nights outside.
But Apple published a report last week that unlocked some of the mystery behind how the App Store operates.
If you're considering going to Wall Street, you should really know what you're getting into. Yes, you will get paid better than average people all over the world.
Since 2009, natural gas production out of the Pennsylvania-centered Marcellus shale play has soared 650%.
Sony has showcased a potentially controversial new game to show off the technology behind its new Project Morpehus virtual reality headset. Sony introduced the new game, called Summer Lesson, during its pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference, Mat Smith at Engadget reports.
The world economy is growing, but not by much. "Collectively, the annual growth rate in the major developed economies averaged a little less than 0.7% in the first half of 2014," write economist Stephen Roach in a new piece for Project Syndicate.
The last known passenger pigeon, named Martha, died 100 years ago today at the Cincinnati Zoo. She was 29.
Change could be coming to the Fed. In a note to clients, Lew Alexander at Nomura writes that the Fed is likely to make "significant changes" to its forward guidance.
Apple stock closed at an all-time high on Friday ($102.50) and is set to open at a similar level in Tuesday morning's U.S.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has appealed to the country's religious leaders to embrace 3G internet after a prominent cleric used his website to denounce the technology.
All of the economic signals confirm that growth in the eurozone economy is going nowhere. The Eurozone manufacturing purchasing managers index plunged to a 13-month low of 50.7 in August., down from 53.8 in July. This was worse than the 50.8 expected by economists.
In a scenario more usually associated with its cousin, cricket, a baseball game in Japan dragged on for four days with two high school teams slogging it out over a record 50 innings.
It seems that Google may be facing a bumpier ride with self-driving cars than initially expected. An MIT Technology Review report released last week said that the cars rely so much on maps and detailed data that they can't drive themselves around 99% of the USA.
Mark Gurman, one of the more important bloggers who covers Apple, has a written a masterful, in-depth breakdown of how Apple's PR team manipulates the media.
Ukrainian troops on Monday were battling a Russian tank contingent in the eastern city of Lugansk, Kiev said, accusing Moscow's army units of moving into large cities in the region.
There's no shortage of things that should be fixed in the U.S. There's the "crumbling" physical infrastructure, the never-ending bipartisan arguments in D.C., the inadequate public school systems...
Hong Kong (AFP) - Hong Kong activists launched their fightback Monday against Beijing's landmark decision to limit voting reforms, heckling a senior Chinese official in angry scenes after hopes for full democracy were crushed.
London (AFP) - Manchester United have agreed a sensational deal to sign Colombia striker Radamel Falcao on a season-long loan from Monaco, according to widespread British media reports on Monday.
Tokyo (AFP) - A group of Japanese porn actresses raised tens of thousands of dollars at the weekend by having their breasts squeezed by fans at a "Boob Aid" charity event for AIDS prevention.
After naked photos of around 20 celebrities leaked online last night, the internet scrambled to try and figure out exactly how the images became public.