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The air carrier is planning to make its cabins feel more like sky hotels.
An inside look at business owners who are creating jobs and providing communities across the globe a chance to earn a living wage.
Office supply store hopes to 'demystify' the technology for small business owners.
A new report from Morgan Stanley predicts that soon, Tesla will outstrip Ford on the 'American-Made' index. But economically speaking, that may not matter.
With residents of Irwindale, Calif., complaining of a burning sensation in their eyes and throats, a Sriracha factory must clean up shop.
Everyone's buzzing about Rep. Steve Stockman's plan to submit a bill declaring Bitcoin a currency, but this isn't the first time the politician has whipped up a stir.
Taking a page from Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, Yahoo is reportedly entering the content production arena.
Ellen, Big Papi and LeBron -- Samsung's all-stars -- arent the only big names snapping promotional selfies. Tons of other brands are cashing in on selfie marketing mania, too.
The new device lets Amazon Fresh subscribers add items to their online shopping lists by scanning a product's barcode or simply by saying its name.
When a Starbucks lease ends in May, the independently-owned Café Grumpy is slated to move into Grand Central Terminal.
The former Food Network star shuttered Uncle Bubba's Seafood and Oyster House, which she co-owned with her brother for over 10 years.
Online privacy champion Alex Stamos is making it a lot tougher for hackers and spies to snoop around Yahoo's insides. Heres what you need to know.
Eich insisted just yesterday that he wouldnt resign, but Mozilla says he is stepping down.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, who took the reins two months ago, isn't wasting any time helping Microsoft play some serious catch-up.
Imgur has never accepted outside money before, calling former petitions by other venture capitalists a poor fit.
Something fishy (more like spammy) is going on at Tinder. Here's the inside scoop from one not so satisfied user.
The founder of the LA burger joint-turned-national franchise is hoping to make similar magic with a new restaurant called ChocoChicken.
Customers in major urban areas can now receive or return packages through the program.
On April Fools' Day in 2004, Google unveiled Gmail as an invite-only, beta rollout.
From Google's 'Pokémon Masters' to Virgin's 'Cancun Afternoon,' a look at the most outrageous pranks we've seen so far.
The bold startup once again slams big broadcasters for claiming its business model thrashes copyright laws, setting the tone for its defense in a federal court battle that begins next month.
Eataly violated a code that prohibits businesses from concurrently operating a wine store while importing or manufacturing one's own wines.
Better late than never. Kind of. The Korean electronics maker's dull-ish inaugural connected lightbulb doesn't exactly turn us on.
Facebook announced plans to buy the virtual reality headset maker for $2 billion, angering a lot of vocal gamers in the process.
In a historic ruling, the IRS said Bitcoin is property, not currency, and will be taxed as such. Here's what you need to know.