Business

Buffett rebukes Trump, questions his business skill

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett on Monday campaigned alongside U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a rowdy rally in his home state of Nebraska, where he challenged Republican Donald Trump to release his tax returns and questioned Trump's business acumen.

Read More

Technology

5 reasons why Uber sold its China business to Didi Chuxing

Uber has bowed out of the world's second-largest economy after selling its China business to domestic rival Didi Chuxing. The combined new company is worth $35 billion, according to a source familiar with the situation, and brings an end to the brutal battle in China between the two apps..

Read More

Money

9 Sneaky Money Pits in Your Home

There are so many expenses associated with paying the bills for a home that it is easy to miss money leaks that are costing you big dollars. Putting a plug into these leaks can make a big difference in your budget. From old-school thermostats to faulty plumbing, here are some of the top money-pits to watch for:

Read More

Career

Aaradhna: Brown Girl review – a career-defining moment with political bite

For years, commentators have remarked upon a lack of political bite in contemporary rock music. “Where are all the protest songs?” they ask, blithely unaware of an entire generation of protest singers that exists across pop, rap and R&B, and take in mainstream artists including Kanye, Kendrick and Beyoncé.

Read More

Business

The Apple veteran PR boss Twitter hired 6 months ago is already out

The Apple veteran whom Twitter hired to head up its public-relations team has left the company, the Twitter confirmed to BuzzFeed's Alex Kantrowitz. Kerris, who served 14 years at Apple, joined Twitter in February with much fanfare.

Read More

Technology

Breakthrough technology to stop processed avocados browning

A Queensland company has developed world-first food technology it believes could revolutionise the global processed avocado market. Naturo All Natural Technologies has patented a technique to stop avocados browning, without using chemicals or changing the flavour.

Read More

Money

Miami judge: Bitcoin isn't money

A Miami judge ruled Monday that bitcoin is not really money in a closely watched decision that dismissed charges against a local man for illegally selling and laundering the virtual currency. Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Teresa Mary Pooler said that bitcoins are not “tangible wealth” and “cannot be hidden under a mattress like cash and gold bars,” ...

Read More

Career

USA basketball's Carmelo Anthony to continue record Olympic career in Rio

HOUSTON (AP) Carmelo Anthony was the first player Jerry Colangelo talked to about joining a new U.S. national basketball team program. Now, he's the last one standing.

Read More

Business

Banks get tougher on business loans

The Federal Reserve’s senior loan officer survey, due out Monday, is expected to show that banks toughened their corporate and industrial loan standards for the fourth straight quarter in the April-June period after easing them since early 2010.

Read More

Technology

South Korea, US Discuss Technology Transfer for KF-X Fighter Jet

The Korean delegation, led by Vice Defense Minister Hwang In-mo and Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Affairs Lee Tae-ho, met with the US delegation, led by David Shear...

Read More

Money

How America's next president can double growth

The CEO of America's biggest bank still isn't saying if he's voting for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. But Jamie Dimon, the head of JPMorgan Chase (JPM), has a message for both candidates...

Read More

Career

'America's toughest sheriff' in 'toughest race of his career'

LPHOENIX (KPHO/KTVK) - Predictions about the political demise of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio are about as old as they are expected every four years. But evidence that he now faces the political fight of his life continued to mount this week.

Read More

Business

Drone USA, Inc. Announces Appointment of New Chief Strategic Officer

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Drone USA, Inc. (OTC Markets: DRUS) (“Drone USA” or the “Company”), a developer and manufacturer of low altitude Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (“UAV”) and related technologies, today announced that Paulo Ferro will join the Company as its Chief Strategic Officer...

Read More

Technology

CODE2040 CEO heads to the White House

SAN FRANCISCO — Laura Weidman Powers, who has built CODE2040 into a major force for diversifying the technology industry, is taking her advocacy to the White House with her appointment as a senior policy adviser to U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith.

Read More

Money

America's factory towns stop the bleeding

As the nation nears full employment — a sort of finish line for the jobs recovery — many of the factory towns hit hardest in the Great Recession are already there. Seven of the 10 metro areas with the nation’s highest concentrations of manufacturing jobs had...

Read More

Career

Why Is America So Bad at the Olympics?

For almost a century after the birth of the modern Olympics in 1896, the U.S. was in the top 20 for medals per capita—but since Seoul 1988, Team USA has been on a sharp slide. Hundreds of factors shape today’s global sporting map but one crucial trend...

Read More