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As cocoa prices hit a three year high, chocolate makers are being forced to charge more for their sweet treats.
The announcement, which could arrive as soon as this week, comes as the company seeks to integrate roughly 30,000 new employees on the heels of its Nokia acquisition.
The move signals a democratization of the uber-elite art and collectibles market, as well as growing consumer confidence in online shopping.
Lyfts New York City launch party became a pre-launch party in a matter of hours as New York States attorney general slammed the breaks on the ridesharing app.
The digital giant is petitioning the Federal Aviation Association to get its drones up and running for the public.
After being served a cease-and-desist letter by the city, on-demand parking app MonkeyParking is suspending its services in San Francisco.
Venture capitalists opened their wallets wide during the second quarter, but venture-backed initial public offerings fell.
The recently shuttered cupcake chain could stay open with financing help from an investor group.
The startup investment arm of the digital giant is aiming to put support into new European companies.
Chad Dickerson called on the FCC to regulate the Internet as a utility, saying startups will be roadkill if fast lanes are allowed
The cloud-storage company raised additional financing after publicly filing for an IPO in March.
A suit brought today by Zhan Baosheng, who registered the 'Tesla' trademark in China in 2006, could decelerate the electric car-maker's eastward expansion.
For a large number of people to replace their gasoline-powered cars with electric- vehicles, many automakers need to make electric cars.
Google is planning on expanding its Shopping Express nationwide. The company is looking to go head to head with Amazon with product search, while expanding its dominance in online search and advertising.
Several news outlets claim some of their articles have been hidden by the search engine.
The decision hinged upon a differentiation between traditional taxicab meters and the smartphone technology by which Uber charges passengers.
The Internet changes very fast technologically, socially and in creation of economic opportunity but the rules governing it change very slowly.
We never meant to upset you, said Facebooks Sheryl Sandberg in an apology that failed to acknowledge the polarizing content of the experiment itself.
The FTC filed a complaint alleging that the carrier had placed charges for unauthorized services -- such as flirting tips, horoscope information and celebrity gossip on its customers' bills, taking a substantial cut and making hundreds of millions of dollars as a result.
Google expands into music streaming with purchase of context and curation-based Songza.
The Internet where spunky startups have a real chance of toppling lumbering giants will be no more if net neutrality is killed by regulatory edict.
A look at the 10 ventures that have raised the most money on the popular crowdfunding website to date.
Whitney Wolfe, former vice president of marketing, says she was repeatedly called a whore by top Tinder execs, and that her status as a co-founder was revoked because she was female.
An embedded 'Buy Now' could be Twitters first step towards letting merchants accept mobile payments directly through the shorthand blogging service.
The year-long initiative seeks to determine whether reducing hours leads to increased productivity and fewer sick days.