The Australian Broadcasting Corporation will cut 400 jobs and close five radio production centers as government funding shrinks.
In addition to the sweeping job cuts, managing director Mark Scott told staff Monday that the ABC would review its…
While Americans are chomping down on turkey and pie this week, everyone involved in the energy world will be closely watching the Thanksgiving Day meeting of the OPEC in Vienna, Austria.
Google controls 90 percent of all Web searches in Europe, giving it unequaled power it doesn't enjoy in the United States.
On Thursday, members of Europe's parliament will vote on a resolution that will propose ways to shrink Google's influence in…
Companies and global investors are sizing up Iran's economic potential in anticipation of a deal that could end years of isolation.
Iran and world powers are meeting in Vienna this week in an attempt to reach agreement on reconfiguring its nuclear…
At the box office this weekend, the odds are ever in favor of "The Hunger Games."
Lionsgate's "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," the first act of the final installment of the "Hunger Games" series, opens this weekend along with big expectations.
On Thursday, President Obama vowed to make it "easier and faster" for foreign entrepreneurs to work in the U.S. But he was mum about the details that would make this happen.
More details were provided in a memo released by the Department of…
Courtesy Fight for 15
Want to get paid more? The White House claims President Obama's immigration plan will raise wages for immigrants and American-born alike.
But the amount seems less than eye-popping ... $170 a year by 2024.
Wages are a very sensitive topic in the U.S…
Three scheduled stage performances by Bill Cosby were scrapped on Friday amid a voluminous number of sexual assault allegations against the famed comedian.
But dozens of upcoming events are still listed on Cosby's web site, and on Friday he was…
Thanksgiving arrived a week early on Wall Street. Stocks climbed higher on Friday in response to a surprise rate cut by China's central bank and hints of more emergency action by the European Central Bank.
Only 6.7 million Americans were enrolled in Affordable Care Act health insurance plans as of mid-October, not 7.1 million, the Obama administration admitted Thursday.
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