The digital currency has faced scandals, theft and a lack of attention over the last twelve months
Starbucks Corp, aiming to give cooling U.S. traffic a jolt, on Thursday announced it will add beer, wine, and evening snacks to thousands of domestic cafes, widen lunch offerings and roll out mobile ordering.
"Digital Cookie" aims to teach Girl Scouts tech and entrepreneurial skills through online selling of the snacks.
More people are shopping the night of Thanksgiving and picking up deals online, reducing numbers found in malls and stores on Black Friday.
It's come after EU lawmakers made draft plans to break up Google
The tech giant is looking to reach beyond its approximately 1.35 billion monthly active users.
Home Depot Inc., the world's largest home improvement chain, said about 53 million more email addresses were taken during a recent breach of its payment data systems.
18-year-old Blair, a Republican, will become the youngest member of West Virginia's House of Delegates, and the youngest state lawmaker in the country.
Are We All Just a Bunch of Internet Cynics? Ello CEO Explains How His Ad-Free Social Media Network Will Make Money
CEO Paul Budnitz calls the assumption Ello will fail "heartbreaking" and "short sighted."
His speech was punctuated with "I don't know" and "I haven't thought about it."
Wal-Mart Stores Inc, the biggest private sector employer in the United States, said on Tuesday it would no longer provide health benefits to some of its U.S. part-time workers due to ballooning healthcare costs.
Financial investors stepped up hedging against sharp fluctuations in the value of the pound as Scots began to vote in the independence referendum
The venture capitalist also has strong feelings about Apple, Uber, and Google in a CNBC interview.
A new study shows that the 40% quota for public companies, set in 2003, has done little to help women further down the ranks
The organization's applications have dropped more than 30 percent in just five years. Eight hours of paperwork probably doesn't help.