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The New York public relations firm is said to be in talks with Golden Gate Capital, prompting departures of partners, employees and clients.
The nationwide suspension of the messaging service ended a day after a lower court judge ordered it in a quest for information in a criminal case.
The partnership will equip 100 vehicles with technology to advance and expand Google’s development effort.
The two papers have competed for decades in the cities of Tampa and St. Petersburg, Fla. The purchase price was not disclosed.
Florida's largest newspaper, The Tampa Bay Times, said Tuesday it has purchased its main competitor, the Tampa Tribune, ending a decades-long newspaper rivalry.
A founder trying to take back a company is nothing new, but William Pulte’s economic incentives are out of alignment with the company’s.
Nearly banned in 2009, such promotions are commonly offered on store-branded credit cards, and have been criticized as misleading and costly.
The steel industry is at the heart of a debate about the world economy that could be intensified by a looming change in global trade rules.
The soaring hopes fed by a subsidized, state-directed, commodity-fueled economy have lately come crashing back to earth.
Wolfgang Hatz, who was also a former head of engine development at Volkswagen, voluntarily left Porsche, the company said.
Despite an ambitious expansion plan, Fairway struggled to compete with Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s, as well as cheaper retailers like drugstores.
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman said that Mr. Rosen, the real estate developer and art collector, failed to pay taxes on $80 million in artwork that he had bought or commissioned since 2002.
Eight women formed Project Include, a nonprofit effort to collect and share data, hoping to diversify the rank-and-file in Silicon Valley’s tech companies.
Martin Shkreli, who became a lightning rod for outrage over soaring prescription drug prices, may face additional charges of securities fraud, a federal prosecutor said.
A Georgia man severely injured in a car wreck is accusing the teenager who hit him of using Snapchat while driving excessive speeds.
Shares of American International Group and Pitney Bowes were dropping after the companies reported disappointing results.
In addition to building homes in the Sharswood neighborhood, the city’s housing agency is also looking at businesses and schools.
America's love of trucks and SUVs helped push most automakers to healthy sales gains last month as Ford reported record SUV sales and Nissan posted its best April ever.
The New York grocery store chain filed a prepackaged bankruptcy case, a useful tool for revamping a company’s balance sheet.
If you no longer own some of the computers authorized to play your iTunes Store purchases, you can wipe the slate clean and start over.