Twitter is going through a lot of changes, including switching CEOs. But, analysts say, stalled user growth and discouraging financial results call for more change than just new leadership.
HBO's sophomore (and occasionally sophomoric) comedy ends on a strong note Sunday night — with plenty of suspense.
The House is expected to vote on a controversial measure that would give President Obama the ability to fast-track a trade deal with Pacific-Rim nations. Obama was lobbying his own caucus.
The country's massively hyperinflated currency will be phased out beginning next week at a rate of $5 U.S. dollars for every 175 quadrillion Zimbabwean dollars.
Dallas rescinded its 5-cent fee on plastic bags five months after it went into effect. Plastic bag manufactures had sued the city. A dozen other towns in Texas still restrict plastic bags.
On Saturday, Hillary Clinton holds her first big campaign rally on Roosevelt Island in New York City with a unusually personal speech about how her upbringing forged her commitment to helping others.
President Obama's trade agenda is expected to face a tense final vote in the House on Friday — one day after surviving a near-death experience in a procedural vote.
Some organic farmers are protesting a new system Whole Foods is using to rate its suppliers. They say the system devalues the organic label because non-organic producers can earn the highest grades.
Most people buying Obamacare plans next year are likely to face a small increase in the price of monthly premiums, early numbers suggest. A few plans are asking for steep price hikes, but that's rare.
Conserving water in California, as the state endures its fourth year of drought, is mandatory. But just who has to save how much can vary.
The agency will work with tax prep companies to fight identity theft. Measures include reviewing data that identify the computer and the IP address from which a return is filed.
The agency that helps finance U.S. companies overseas has long been a favorite of big business. But now some members of Congress, who see it as a symbol of corporate welfare, want to see it expire.
Dick Costolo, who has led the social media company for six years, leaves the post after Twitter posted a $162 million net quarterly loss in April.
Rupert Murdoch plans to step down as CEO of 21st Century Fox. He will be replaced by his son James.
The city is desperately trying is to repopulate tens of thousands of abandoned homes, auctioning them off online for as low as $1,000. But the costs of repairs often exceed the value of the homes.
Investigators want to know if music companies are colluding with subscription services such as Apple Music to squeeze out free, ad-supported streaming.
The European Union's executive arm announced Thursday that it will investigate the e-retailing giant's contracts with publishers. At issue are a few key clauses that might give Amazon an unfair edge.
That low price doesn't reflect the true state of Pacific bluefin: Scientists say it's in deep trouble. But fishermen who catch it say they're just trying to make a living — and obeying the law.
The FTC alleges that Erik Chevalier collected $122,000 from more than 1,000 backers and used the money on personal expenses.
If you've got a life-threatening medical condition, your first call might not be to an economist. But Alvin Roth used a theory about matching markets to help connect kidney patients and donors.