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Business owners are wise to be ready for eventual increases in the minimum wage.
The company says the changes are aimed at preventing spam from drowning out the content users really want to see.
Phones manufactured after July 1, 2015 and sold in the state must come equipped with an antitheft device that enables consumers to permanently shut them down.
More than 1,000 American businesses have been affected by in-store cash register breaches, estimates the Department of Homeland Security.
Sony's PlayStation network was shut down for several hours on Sunday while a flight carrying an executive at the company was diverted due to a bomb threat.
Drones are becoming more prevalent and dangerous than ever as regulatory talks by the FAA seemingly stall.
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As rumblings of a PayPal-eBay split resurface, former PayPal exec Keith Rabois thinks there is a simple solution.
Hardware and software sales soared during the second quarter, riding new gaming consoles from Microsoft and Sony.
The live TV-streaming service will have to continue its fight at the district level.
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For the first time, the accelerator program is actively recruiting startups outside the tech space.
Blake Mycoskie will keep a 50 percent stake in the social-good shoe startup he founded.
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David Plouffe, President Obama's former campaign manager and White House adviser, will now oversee global branding, communications and policy for
Ballmer said he plans to devote much of his attention to the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, which he recently bought for $2 billion.
The COO of Lyft is leaving the company, taking his entire operations staff with him.
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The deal reportedly closed for about $200 million.
The network equipment maker delivered better-than-expected quarterly results, but announced it will cut about 8 percent of its workforce.
The heirs of Anna Short Harrington -- the second-ever woman to serve as the face of the Aunt Jemima breakfast brand -- are alleging 60 years of unpaid royalties in a brand new lawsuit.
Amid divisive contract disputes, the Walt Disney Company is the latest multimedia giant to find itself in Amazon's crosshairs.
As large corporations miss the clamoring for products that appeal to both girls and boys, forward-thinking entrepreneurs have the chance to fill the void.
The site, which started out as a quirky, $5-a-pop freelance marketplace, has beefed up its offerings.
As more and more Americans are eating alone, grocery stores and restaurants have adapted to serve their solo customers.