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Domino's Quarterly Profit Tops Wall Street View

The pizza company's revenues were boosted by strong results overseas and here in the U.S.

Hundreds of Alleged Dropbox Passwords Leaked

A member of an anonymous information-sharing website claims to have hacked close to 7 million accounts.

U.S. Small-Business Confidence Declined in September, NFIB Says

More owners said they expected a slowdown in profits and sales, tightening credit conditions and a harder time filling job openings.

After Gaffe, Microsoft Board to Look at Gender Pay Gap, Male Culture

Board member on CEO's controversial comment: 'I think it's going to take us all to a better place.'

French Bank, Twitter Team Up for Money Transfers

One of the country's largest banks is teaming up with the social network to allow its customers to transfer money via tweets.

Microsoft CEO Criticized for Suggesting Women Not Ask for Raises

Satya Nadella suggested that women in technology should not ask for raises but have faith in the "system," bringing a torrent of criticism.

Olive Garden Parent Darden Restaurants Faces Shareholder Showdown

The battle with activist investor Starboard Value LC will come to a boil at the company's annual meeting on Friday, where Darden is expected to at minimum lose control of its board.

Elon Musk's Tesla Takes First Step Toward Automated Driving

The company took its first step toward automated driving, introducing features that will allow its electric sedan to park itself and sense dangerous situations.

Alibaba Invests $50 Million in This App Maker

Peel is the maker of an app that acts as a "smart remote" for TVs.

Icahn Urges Apple to Buy Back More Shares

The billionaire activist investor said shares could double in value and urged the company's board to buy back more shares using its massive cash pile.

Zuckerberg: Facebook Has No Near-Term Plan to Monetize WhatsApp

Everyone will have to wait and see how 'Big Blue' can turn a profit on its recently acquired messaging service.

Big Data Bounty: U.S. Startups Challenge Agribusiness Giants

As the race for dominance on the farm heats up, a number of small tech startups are launching products that compete with giants like Monsanto, Deere and DuPont Pioneer.