The international bank's transactions with Cuba, Iran and Sudan violated a trove of embargo laws
If people are calling Jobs the Thomas Edison of the 20th-century, they may soon call Zuckerberg the Steve Jobs of the 21st-century
Bernie Madoff told reporters it was never his intention to steal people's money and the financial services industry is thoroughly corrupt
Apple's new CEO is a wiz, but is he a visionary?
Elizabeth Bailey Weil lists her job title at Twitter as "Head of Culture," which means she creates branded goods to boost morale
In one of the largest forfeitures in U.S. history, Google agreed to pay $500 million to settle a dispute with the Justice Department Wednesday
Apple announced in a press release on Wednesday that, after 17 years, Steve Jobs is stepping down as the company's chief executive
The Chicago Tribune publishes a questionable piece about the links between Facebook and substance abuse
For now, all we know is that Sprint is getting the phone in October. That will be the absolute latest Apple fanboys will have to wait.
To keep users happy, Facebook has overhauled its privacy settings, making them more transparent than they have ever been before
Robert Fernandes, organizer of Lemonade Freedom Day, clashes with Oregon public health officials
Cash from Goldman Sachs is burning a hole in Facebook's pocket, and new details have emerged about how they want to spend it
Nick Ashford and Jerry Lieber both passed away Monday from throat cancer and heart failure...
Even with a strengthening dollar, investors have been rushing to gold as they flee European and American stocks.
From email to music to movies, the cloud is the future, allowing you to share and store your information for use on multiple devices
Gallup's new well-being poll ranks the cold, quiet agricultural state the second happiest place in the U.S.
With Google expected to make a bid to buy Hulu in the coming week, it looks like the search giant is setting its sights on cable
Once again, science corroborates our instincts.
A growing number of new mothers are eating their afterbirth—but first someone has to help them prepare it
According to economists: 21% sleeping, 12% watching TV, 2% making money or looking for work.