All the numbers you're hearing are true, but it's not apples to apples On Tuesday, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek finally put his money where his mouth is and released some figures about what Taylor Swift was from
BERLIN (Reuters) - Finance ministers and tax chiefs from 51 countries signed an agreement on Wednesday to automatically swap tax information, which Germany’s finance minister said heralded the end of evasion
Before Obamacare launched, conservative outlets warned that the law would collapse as insurers shunned the overpriced, overregulated insurance exchanges. "More Insurers Drop Out Of Exchanges," warned Business.
Last week, U2 surprised-released their newest album, Songs of Innocence, by giving it away for free to all 500 million iTunes users. There was some blowback, however, as not everyone was particularly to
(Reuters) - A northern California man was in police custody on Friday after allegedly stealing his ex-girlfriend’s pet dog, cooking it and feeding it to her, police said. Ryan Watenpaugh, 34, of Palo was
Repo men are pushing the bounds of personal surveillance by scanning billions of license plates—perhaps even yours. Only Scott Toth knew exactly how this would go. He deftly hooked his tow truck to a white
Google-owned Nest today said it's acquired San Francisco-based Dropcam, a company that's been making home-monitoring cameras for the past five years. In a pair of blog posts, the two companies said Dropcam
How America's biggest bankruptee fell into disrepair Beleaguered by financial trouble and high crime rates, Detroit slumps under the weight of its problems. The GooBing Detroit Tumblr offers a poignant