A couple has been fined $3,500 and had their credit score dinged after writing a negative review online about an online retailer that never sent them the products they ordered.
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NASA Administrator Charles Bolden Wednesday hailed the success of the agency's public-private partnership with American companies to resupply the International Space Station and announced the next phase of contracting with U.S. companies to transport
Today's release of the 2013 edition of the Global Shadow Banking Monitoring Report by the Financial Stability Board doesn't contain anything that frequent readers of this site don't know already on a topic we have covered since 2009.
Today's buzzy startup? Coin, a company that makes a "smart" credit card that can store all your other credit cards.
The FDA's medical advisory board voted against approving Zohydro, an opioid painkiller drug with up to 10 times more hydrocodone than Vicodin.
The proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, a multi-national trade agreement the United States is negotiating in secret, seeks to export U.S.-styled intellectual-property rules abroad, according to a leaked chapter of the deal WikiLeaks published today.
Eight years after a group of authors and publishers sued Google for scanning more than 20 million library books without the permission of rights holders, a federal judge has ruled that the web giant’s sweeping book project stayed within the bounds of
As we've written before, the much-discussed death of the cookie could very well create a scenario where a small group of internet behemoths control all of the consumer data marketers need to make sure their online ads reach the right people.
A surprising earlier map from Seth Kadish at Vizual Statistix showed that none of the world's busiest flight paths by passenger volume so much as touch North America or the United States.
In July, the Scanadu Scout raised $1.37 million, way above its $100,000 target, on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo.
The streaming video giant turns into a TV channel programmed just for you
Lady Gaga is going drone.
“The trade in derivatives, using home notes, was designed as a Ponzi scheme. Excel knew it. Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft (CWT), knew it. My fellow junior associates laughed at me, senior associates got mad at me, and the senior partners ultimately a
Up to 100,000 people died in drug-related violence in Mexico in the last 6 years.
The September consumer credit print is out and once again, it shows just what the key drivers in the US economy are.
Strapped for cash, consumers who once shopped at Wal-Mart and Kmart are turning to dollar stores.
Waiters Take the Place of Prison Guards; Imagine a Weekend Escape to Alcatraz
Let's be honest — no one likes interacting with their cable company.
Silk Road, the anonymous marketplace notorious as a location to buy and sell drugs online, is back up and running today.
I kind of thought that buying in the stock market was somewhat euphoric and based more on the Federal Reserve’s easy money policy than solid underlying fundamentals.
As everyone is celebrating the market at record highs, another record was just broken and no one appears to be celebrating it.
The eyes of millions of shoppers are to be scanned at tills across the UK in a new way of targeting adverts at specific groups of customers.
When Apple hired Burberry’s CEO to head its retail operation, it looked like clear sailing ahead. One thing the company probably didn’t expect to see was challenge on the horizon from a giant barge.
A couple of years ago we opined that the anti-gun establishment had found a loophole for the Second Amendment and that rather than targeting the banning of all firearms, they would instead turn their attention to ammunition.
The Department of Justice is threatening criminal prosecution against a popular online novelty store for selling such items as “Department of Homeland Stupidity” T-shirts and “NSA: The only part of government that actually listens” coffee mugs.
There's a new corporation out there, folks. It's called Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, and contrary to what you might believe, Elon Musk had nothing to do with it being formed.
You can’t see it in newly installed capacity, but the wind industry says it’s headed for a strong finish to 2013, a year that began deep in the doldrums after protracted uncertainty about the fate of the production tax credit late last year.
Electric vehicle start up Via Motors, looking to take advantage of a free trade zone in Mexico that’s located near several major automakers and suppliers such as General Motors, inaugurated its first high volume electric vehicle assembly line this we
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