It’s been almost a week since iOS 7 was announced by Apple and among its “new and innovative” features, the system also comes with a completely changed design that may appeal even to some Android users.
Bloomberg LP is in damage-control mode. Some of its largest customers have publicly accused the firm’s journalists of snooping on their usage of Bloomberg terminals, the firm’s wildly profitable information
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A researcher wants to reverse your choices before you even know you've made them. This week at the British Neuroscience Association, Harvard scientist Gabriel Kreiman described a rather diabolical-sounding
The price of onions in Indonesia has soared so high that people are resorting to stealing the crop. Farmers are spending nights in their fields to ward off thieves. But while they cry over lost onions,
In case you need more confirmation that the US economy is out of balance, here are three charts for you. 1) Corporate profit margins just hit another all-time high. Companies are making more per dollar
“Why did market participants go out of their way to create a huge political backlash,” Columbia Law School Professor Kathryn Judge asks her students, referring to Wall Street’s response to the Commodity
Student advocates claim they're more profitable than selling Fords. But their numbers rely on some extremely suspect accounting. On July 1, the interest rate on roughly one out of every three new student
The ad, found as a poster on the Boston metro, parodied mental health and depression PSAs/ "You're not alone. Millions of people love the Big Mac," the ad reads, next to the photo of a crying woman and
NOTE: We wrote earlier per a CNBC report that former KPMG partner Scott London, who faces a civil complaint from the SEC over his role in an insider trading scheme involving Herbalife, passed along rumors
We first heard the news from MacRumors. Simply put, each device faces an issue in production. The iPhone 5S's supposed fingerprint sensor supposedly requires a special color coating to prevent interference.
Nothing like the guillotine to focus one’s mind. Faced with the expiration of a crucial federal tax credit at the end of 2012, US wind energy developers rushed to put steel in the ground last year, installing
Stocks closed higher for the fourth day in a row with a strong showing by retailers like Rite Aid and Ross Stores. Early reports gave mixed signals and befuddled the market. Reports showed that unemployment
The restaurant chain found that one in five customer complaints were related to customer service, and that number is increasing all the time, according to a leaked presentation distributed to franchise
Signature Development Group Lending has shot up in China (again). Data released earlier today show that banks issued 1.06 trillion yuan ($171 billion) in loans in March (paywall), up from 620 billion in
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