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Interview: Drug czar Julio Calzada tries to set the record straight on the little South American country's bold but mysterious marijuana experiment.
General Mills to Acquire Annie's Homegrown Organics for $820 million in cash, the New York Times reports.
Famously pugnacious Uber CEO Travis Kalanick almost sounded contrite during an onstage interview at Techcrunch's Disrupt conference earlier this week.
Sanctions or War?
While the deafening buzz around Apple Pay drones on, one of its competitors quietly did something important.
According to the Federal Reserve, the percentage of American families that own a small business is at the lowest level that has ever been recorded.
While the Japanification of markets has been a much-discussed topic in recent years, the two nations share another disturbing trend.
These are questions that arise as a consequence of the digitization of the global/local supply chain in the peer-to-peer model.
The Detroit Lions soundly defeated the New York Giants 35 -14 last night in Motor City for the team's largest margin of victory in a season opener since 1980.
McDonald's Corp. (MCD), the world's largest restaurant chain, posted the worst same-store sales decline in more than a decade, hurt by sluggish demand in the U.S. and a health scare involving a Chinese supplier.
Trump Entertainment Resorts filed for bankruptcy Tuesday and threatened to shut down the Taj Mahal Casino Resort, which would make it the fifth Atlantic City casino to close this year.
It's possible that Tesla might initially struggle to keep up with demand for its Model X SUV.
Amazon dropped the price of its first smartphone, the Fire phone, from $199 to 99 cents with a two-year contract with AT&T.
With a mere ten companies controlling the worlds food supplies it should give a a person pause regarding not only what we are actually eating, but what makes up what we put into our bodies.
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The Opium Trade: A $4 Billion Industry
Uber and Lyft have been battling it out in New York City, with Uber's "Operation Slog" targeting Lyft drivers for recruitment and a brutal rivalry snowballing. But a less well-known car service app called Gett has sidestepped the rivalry with its own
This Chart Tells The Whole Story Of How Restaurant Industry Has Changed Over The Past Decade
Elon Musk didn't take the easy route when he launched Tesla Motors.
As anticipated, Nevada confirmed on Thursday that the state would be the site of the $5 billion "Gigafactory" battery manufacturing facility that Tesla has now been talking about building for a while.
Various US Senators applauded French President Hollande's decision to suspend the Mistral warship delivery to Russia yesterday.
One of the world's legendary investors is upping his bet on Argentina's shale oil and gas industry in a show of confidence for shale production in South America's largest unconventional prize
A German taxi organization won a fast-track ruling that may halt the use of Uber Technologies Inc.'s ride-hailing application in the country.
Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA), which has fought U.S. dealers over its direct sales of electric cars, faces a new challenge in Georgia where auto retailers want the Peach State to bar distribution of sedans from the company's store.
China's first industrial robot production line is expected to start operation in the northeastern city of Shenyang this month.
Though a Frankfurt court has officially banned Uber in Germany, the ride-sharing startup has decided to keep its drivers on the road while it appeals the ruling.
The tech industry's effort to master the last mile of delivery is well documented.
Welcoming armed customers can attract Second Amendment rights activists, deter crime