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Hewlett-Packard chief Meg Whitman defended the company's plans to cut up to 16,000 workers.
Unsurprisingly, the tech sector dominates the list. But can you guess who came in at No. 2?
Sabra, the popular hummus producer, is pushing the Food and Drug Administration to set a definition for the dip.
The troubled ecommerce site will fire about a third of its staff in its latest round of layoffs and its founder's blog has disappeared.
Talk about being on the wrong side of the tracks. While we all make mistakes, Frances latest eye-popping mishap should serve as a lesson in vigilance.
The Small Business Administration has done something rare: It united both sides of the aisle in opposition.
So long, stodgy resumes. This startup encourages job seekers to show some personality.
The indictment marks the first time that the U.S. government has brought charges against foreign officials for cyber spying.
Described as the YouTube on online gaming, Google is reportedly ready to buy Twitch for upwards of $1 billion.
As the television industry continues to evolve and the mobile market matures, players within the telecommunications industry are seeking to band together and scale up.
Golden Gate Capital, a private equity firm with experience in the restaurant industry, picks up the casual dining seafood chain from Darden Restaurants, Inc.
By favoring one type of company over another, regulators are guilty of the worst kind of government interference.
The preliminary proposal seeks public comment and allows the FCC to change course based on the feedback it receives.
A day after a New York judge stalled a subpoena seeking data on Airbnb users, the state attorney general has filed a revised subpoena.
A new survey from J.D. Power and Associates finds that travelers have become more accepting of baggage and reservation charges, but still hate the lack of legroom.
A New York State Supreme Court judge threw out the subpoena requesting Airbnb user records.
Target CMO Jeff Jones wrote a blog post on why companies should embrace criticism instead of switching to damage control.
Launched as a pilot program in Flint, Mich., the duplex structures aim to drive economic growth and revitalize beleaguered communities.
Google will have to delete 'inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant' links on request, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg ruled today.
Deutsche Bank's Cheap Date Index found that London is among the most expensive cities, whereas Mumbai is the cheapest.
As the result of another copyright suit waged by the Beastie Boys against Monster Energy, new details in the band's settlement with toymaker GoldieBlox have emerged.
Coca-Cola has upped its stake in the coffee maker company to 16 percent from 10 percent.
In a push to become a household name, the online rewards company just raised $60 million in funding and made Fandago's Chuck Davis its new CEO.
Browsing for works by Malcolm Gladwell or JD Salinger on Amazon? The online giant would prefer you purchase something else instead.
Netflix raised its subscription prices for the first time in three years, but only on new customers.