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The Zano crowdfunding campaign raised $3.6 million to make mini drones that take pictures and video. Some drones were delivered, but overwhelmingly, backers did not get the rewards they expected.
It's delving further into food delivery.
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The deal would combine two of the biggest and oldest U.S. chemical producers.
Uber's war chest has helped fund legal and regulatory battles across the world, according to Reuters.
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After a year of testing, Facebook's professional version of its social network is expected to launch in the coming months.
Wal-Mart is the first U.S. retailer to offer its own payment feature. It is expected to be available throughout the country in 2016.
Drivers are seeking reimbursement for expenses including vehicle maintenance and the cost of gas, which the company does not currently pay for.
The fast casual restaurant has had three food safety incidents since August. Most recently, a Boston location made 80 people sick.
United now only serves free food on international flights.
The latest name to float to the surface in the hunt for Satoshi Nakamoto is Craig Steven Wright, an Australian entrepreneur and academic.
An undercover officer posing as an investor seeking to start a data storage company contacted the former IBM employee, who was later arrested and charged with one count of theft of a trade secret.
The microblogging website's new format will result in tweets being sorted by relevance instead of in reverse chronological order.
Europe's biggest motor manufacturer is battling a wider diesel emissions scandal affecting up to 11 million cars.
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