(NEW YORK) -- Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne is leaving the company sooner than expected due to worsening health issues, the automotive company said Saturday.
According to a press release, Marchionne suffered from "unexpected complica... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- There were no winners in Friday night's drawing of one of the largest totals in the history of the Mega Millions lottery. The jackpot will now be at least $493 million in next Tuesday's drawing.
It's possible the total will s... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Popular donut chain Krispy Kreme is poised to acquire a majority stake in cookie delivery company Insomnia Cookies, the company announced Friday.
The terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Krispy Kreme CEO Mike... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Starbucks is opening an All Signing Store that caters to deaf customers in Washington, D.C.
The coffee shop will open in October and will be staffed only by people fluent in American Sign Language (ASL).
The Sign... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- A mother wants to help protect other families from scammers after her teenage son was allegedly duped while playing the competitive fighting game Fortnite.
Fortnite is a wildly popular multiplayer survival game where players ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Whether they are just starting their careers or have been working for decades, many people ask themselves the same questions about retirement: when should I save? Am I saving enough? What should I do with the money I am saving?
(NEW YORK) -- Disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein's legal team said in new court documents that Ashley Judd struck "a bargain" with him in which she would allow him to touch her "if she won an Academy Award in one of his films."
Weins... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- This can be your summer to lean into your side hustle.
A side hustle can be something that fuels your passion, fills up your bank account or, ideally, does both.
Teachers are especially known for having side hustle... Read More
Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook won't automatically ban Holocaust deniers, but wants to keep 'fake news' from spreading
(MENLO PARK, Calif.) -- Mark Zuckerberg says when it comes to fake news -- even from extremists like Holocaust deniers -- Facebook will not ban people from expressing their opinion, but will seek to stop it from spreading across their services.
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(WASHINGTON) -- A government audit released to Congress on Wednesday said the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's poor oversight of recalls may have left dangerous vehicles on the road for longer than necessary, including those affected ... Read More