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A British yacht maker that crafts luxury vessels for James Bond films is being bought by Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin.
Fed chairman Ben Bernanke says if economic conditions improve this year, the Fed is ready to 'ease the pressure on the accelerator'.
New Wi-Fi technology was certified Wednesday that more than doubles current connection speeds.
The U.K. government is preparing to sell its 39% stake in Lloyds Banking Group as it looks to return two of the country's biggest lenders to the private sector.
U.S. oil output grew at the fastest pace ever in 2012, eroding the cartel's influence on prices.
A new app that launched Wednesday allows owners of the pioneering Lytro light field camera to upload their photos directly to their iPhones to edit and share them with friends.
The number of men in the workforce is shrinking. More are incarcerated or on disability, and that's not good for the economy.
Video gamers' lives were forever changed after Atari created the first in-home console.
The world's big developed economies step up efforts to make individuals and firms pay their taxes.
It's been a high-paying industry since 9/11, but in the wake of Edward Snowden's NSA leaks, the number of people with federal security clearance is being questioned.
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