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It took hitting rock bottom for the war vet Earl Granville to take back his life.
It's accusing the controversial blood-testing company of lying to get its money.
'This feature is under development.'
The firm received 92 reports of batteries overheating in the United States, including 26 reports of burns and 55 reports of property damage.
Tech companies bidding for coveted talent are indirectly driving housing costs higher than most people can easily afford.
Did the score of a Michigan-Rutgers game totally fork up this restaurant?
Workplace is a subscription product -- a departure for advertising-driven Facebook -- with businesses paying $1 to $3 per user. Slack's least expensive business plan charges about $7 per user.
They're too young. They're too involved with their devices. They prefer trendy offices: Wrong. Wrong. Wrong.
The lawsuit also claims former Chief Marketing Officer Kathy Savitt 'intentionally hired and promoted women because of their gender.'
In a regulatory filing, Samsung said it was 'adjusting' shipments of Note 7s to allow for inspections and stronger quality control due to some devices catching fire.
Actually, his name is Lance and he's really nice.
Entrepreneur Seth Siegel is on a mission to prevent the fast-approaching global water crisis and offers ways for you to get involved.
Backpage, the second-largest U.S. online classified ad service after Craigslist, has faced scrutiny from the U.S. Senate as well as civil lawsuits over allegations that the site facilitates sex trafficking, especially of children.
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