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Macau has enjoyed years of blockbuster growth. But the Chinese territory is far too dependent on gambling.
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Windows Holographic and HoloLens show that Microsoft shouldn't be discounted in the innovation game.
You're not alone. One in five Americans has kept their spouse in the dark about a $500 purchase, and men are the most likely offenders.
Hamm's wallet has taken huge hits in the past six months, thanks to the falling price of oil and a very public and expensive divorce.
Leno made his feelings known about Cosby during a media conference in Miami.
Pink slips are going to be handed out to 2,400 workers at both eBay and PayPal by the end of March.
Bobby Jindal's PAC blasts 'liberal media' for criticism aimed at the Louisiana governor over 'no-go zones.'
Starbucks will announce its first earnings and detail plans on the upcoming departure of its COO Troy Alstead
This tax season one of the most complicated ever. Tax preparers are trying to prepare for the first year that Obamacare will show up on your tax form.
Experts on both sides of the Atlantic say that Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo's threat to take Fox News to court is largely empty.
Russia's deputy pm insists his nation will find its footing, even as oil prices have dipped.
UnitedHealth just reported strong earnings and its stock is at a record high. It and other insurers have all soared since the Affordable Care Act went into effect.
SpaceX raised $1 billion from Google and Fidelity. The investment makes strategic sense for Google. But if Elon Musk doesn't want SpaceX to go public, how will Fidelity cash out on its investment?
NBC has set up a Tumblr page that acts as a hub for this year's upcoming Super Bowl ads.
Covington, Ga., decided not to let a half-completed development sit empty. But not everyone supports the city's solution.
Ukraine is ready to push for more sanctions against Russia if it doesn't implement a ceasefire agreement signed four months ago.
In his State of the Union speech, Obama said wages are rising. New numbers show otherwise.
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