The US economy sputtered toward creating just 148,000 jobs last month. And that was before the government shutdown and debt-ceiling fight.
The social networking site publicly released its S-1 filing, and in the process offered an interesting peek into the company's internals ahead of the year's most eagerly anticipated stock sale.
The two tech giants have a massively successful smartphone partnership -- maybe too successful.
Barnes & Noble might soon be sending its flagship e-reader to the great beyond.
The embattled plane maker is itching to stretch its wings.
As the demand for sugary soda declines, the world's largest soft-drink maker may need to turn to water and juices.
Anyone wants a curved-glass iWatch?
Soon Kindle Fire owners will be able to purchase apps using virtual money.
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