Corporations must be held accountable for employees under extreme pressures at work.
Univision outbid Ziff Davis, which had made an initial offer of $90 million for Gawker.
Hefner, 90, the founder of the Playboy empire, will still live in the mansion for the rest of his life.
Insurers leaving the market, the failure of the risk corridor and a lack of the young and healthy may add up to sticker shock for many.
There are so many ways we can improve wearable technology from figuring out new sources of data, increasing effectiveness of power sources and focusing less on hardware.
If total joblessness was counted accurately, the unemployment rate would be closer to 12 percent.
Tesla’s Gigafactory is far from a typical manufacturing facility—the plant’s unique constraints outweigh the typical benefits that manufacturing companies seek when they move to or invest in a foreign nation.
The self-proclaimed bold visionary is a plagiarist. Worse, his ideas are bad, pointless, or both.
One in five cancer patients will stop taking a lifesaving drug due to an inability to meet the high co-pays.
The proposed mergers of big health care insurers beg the question: Would consumers be better off with a few giant companies?
Gurbaksh Chahal made millions before losing his business after a domestic violence dispute. Now he’s headed behind bars for 12 months.
Hong Kong exchange Bitfinex is offering 5 percent of the $70 million stolen last week.
The search giant faces a $5 million fine for breaching competition rules in Russia.
Big Wall Street banks are asking the U.S. Federal Reserve to grant them an additional five-year grace period to comply with a financial reform regulation.
The U.K. has had a tax on stock trades for decades, yet it remains one of the world’s financial powerhouses.
The year’s most controversial swimsuit has been banned in parts of France, Italy, Bavaria, Austria and Morocco.
Even in states where cannabis has legal outlets, almost a third of product sold is illicit.
The acquittal of a bitcoin trader means the beginning of the end of the unfettered market in the virtual currency. Legalizing the trade will invite tight regulation.
The Kremlin doesn’t want to achieve economic growth by softening its foreign policy, empowering the middle class or unleashing a spending spree.
Using government force to protect American workers from foreign competition will lead to less trade. And possibly fascism.
Federal restrictions limiting legal cannabis to one source are slowing research.
Yahoo's audience is largely made up of people who mostly don't understand that better options are out there, an analyst writes.
'For a city and nation to decide to stage the Olympic Games is to decide to take on one of the most costly and financially most risky type of mega-project that exists,' study finds.
A new universal value added tax will change the way the Indian economy works.
The National Institute of Economic and Social Research said the economic outlook had darkened.