He's wealthy, savvy and has a crude sense of humor best suited for 20-somethings. Is he the right host for the Oscars?
The tech stalwart's earnings weren't as horrendous as feared, but even CEO Meg Whitman admits the turnaround has years to go.
The $2.4 billion Vegas-style resort's planned bankruptcy means skeptics were right when they said it would never score in the city's already troubled gambling market.
As the latest drama in Washington heats up, more Americans are throwing their support behind the president. Republicans, however, seem unmoved by the polls.
It's blaming a weak outlook on consumers cutting back. But then why are so many of its retailing rivals doing just fine?
The agency says its new line of clothing and accessories puts it on the 'cutting edge of functional fashion.'
The company's new policy against firearms advertising applies only to local spots on national cable channels. Ads will linger on cable and newspapers.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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