It is expected to begin operations in the first quarter of next year.
Tullett Prebon Information will distribute cryptocurrency data across financial markets.
Research shows black passengers wait longer than whites, and women are often overcharged.
A rapidly declining carbon economy will upturn the global order.
Will Americans choose to make capitalism work for the many rather than the few?
The average American spends more than $10K annually for one child to go to day care.
The proposals are unlikely to be popular but could help shore up the deficiencies in the law's application.
EU trade commissioner says negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership will resume with the new administration.
U.S. corporations are rapidly installing solar panels to save millions of dollars.
Local officials like the tax revenue, but soda makers are spending millions to defeat more sugar taxes.
Militants have decimated oil production in the Niger Delta.
Uber's 99-page white paper imagines a Jetsons-like future filled with on-demand flying cars.
Negotiations over a $14 billion demand from the U.S. Department of Justice set a bleak backdrop.
Saudi Arabia promised “swift and immediate” action. Nothing happened.
Cyrus Mistry is out, but no one seems exactly sure why.
Uber-owned Otto sent the first autonomous commercial shipment 120 miles across Colorado.
There are a number of factors driving de-risking policies at large banks.
Pfizer seems to have taken note of others' stumbles in its efforts to break the failure streak of Alzheimer's drugs.
Distribution companies are looking to acquire content as viewers cut their cable cords and go mobile.
The candidates engaged in multiple distortions on the health care issue while debating.
Francis Newton Souza’s "The Deposition" sold for 80 times its 1998 price.
If approved, the merger would give the telecom company control of HBO, CNN, TBS, Warner Bros. and more.
New York's standards, which bar short-term rentals, seek to root out residential property owners using their dwellings as hotels.
The hard truth is OPEC has a lot more power in the oil industry than the U.S. president, no matter who the president is.
A cost-of-living adjustment won't put much more in recipients' pockets.
The coffee shop giant has already opened some Reserve bars in New York City.
The site suffered a DNS hijack that left its 8 million-strong userbase vulnerable to cyberattack.
The company's performance represented a turnaround from the previous quarter.
The forces that gave rise to Trump and Sanders will grow unless our economy is rebalanced.
Micro-living complexes are all the rage—but history is littered with failed attempts at living small.