Next time some pop star tweets about how great a product is, she's going to have to be clear if she's getting paid for it.
About 25% of them prefer smartphones over wired means to use the Internet, which could mean big changes ahead for the industry.
It's just the latest US school to butt heads with the German sports apparel giant over an Indonesian labor dispute.
Among Pope Francis' challenges will be oversight of the sprawling, lucrative -- but embattled -- American organization.
A new study finds an alarming connection between coronary disease and work that's overly stressful.
Drivers distracted by their animals are a hazard, but little research exists about accidents and prevention. Now that work is in progress.
AAA says the new electronic devices are creating unexpected problems, and with all their advanced capabilities, they're costly to replace.
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