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Final bids for the company’s internet business were expected Monday, but no news came out of the company’s fiscal second-quarter earnings.
Attendees at the this year’s Allen & Co. conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, will have no shortage of topics to discuss.
Prime Day brought 179 million visitors to the desktop and mobile sites of the top 25 U.S. retailers last July, according to SimilarWeb.
The wrong call on the Brexit vote cost many investors, but many funds relying on algorithms came out ahead.
Tesla Motors said Tuesday it would bid to buy SolarCity, sending the solar energy company’s shares higher.
Microsoft announces a deal to buy LinkedIn, sending shares of the professional social platform soaring.
Millennials’ influence over other generations is about to fuel a sustained period of online sales growth, according to Goldman Sachs.
Your smartphone contains a wealth of information law enforcement can recover if a crime is suspected. Here are the tools and methods they use.
New medicines are increasingly targeting the genetic drivers of disease. But what if medicine could go further and correct the genetic defect itself?
Scientists are working on a new treatment for depression and PTSD: deep-brain stimulation.
When we think about taking medicines, we imagine popping a pill, or receiving a shot. But a new approach would leverage the body’s electrical signals.
The Defense Department is helping to develop prosthetics that harness what we’ve learned about the brain’s functions.
Imagine implanting electrodes in the hippocampus to help brain-injured patients process memories. That’s what the Defense Department is attempting.
Health care is an “enormous” opportunity for Apple, Tim Cook said, as he outlined how the Apple Watch could become a warning system for your body.
A class action lawsuit against Fitbit may have grown teeth following the release of a new study which claims the company’s popular heart rate trackers are “highly inaccurate.”