Disney announced new advertising guidelines Tuesday for ads on Disney’s TV stations, its websites, and its radio stations, banning ads for fast foods and sugary cereals that do not meet the company's nutrition standards.
SpaceX made history on Friday when its Dragon capsule was the first private space vehicle to be launched to and dock with the International Space Station. But that could just be the beginning for this privately owned space vehicle.
Regulators and lawyers are looking into whether Morgan Stanley and other Wall Street banks that helped orchestrate Facebook's IPO warned top clients beforehand that it might not be such a good deal.
While the economy takes tentative steps toward recovery, for older Americans, that recovery is elusive. With high unemployment rates already, their time spent looking for a new job is much, much longer than average.
Istanbul is trying to show that it's becoming a more modern society and as part of that, some officials have decided they need to curtail certain practices. Among them is a ban on shouting in Istanbul's famous open-air market.
Software giant Microsoft hopes to become carbon neutral by tracking and self-taxing its carbon output and investing in clean energy and efficiency.
As the Facebook IPO approaches Friday, it's worth discussing just what is in store for Facebook in the world of mobile. While mobile use of Facebook is soaring, and already higher than desktop according to reports, Facebook hasn't figured out how to make money on mobile. Will that weigh down the stock?
Facebook makes its initial public offering on Friday, with signs pointing to a $100 billion value and potentially more demand than supply. But once the IPO has passed, there are questions about just how innovative Facebook can remain, and how qualified Mark Zuckerberg is to lead a multi-billion dollar company.
Saranac Lake lost its only department store in 2002. When that happened, locals had to travel 50 miles to buy socks or sheets. So they banded together, made a plan and late last year they opened a community-owned department store. They're happy to say that they're selling more than they projected they would at this point in time.
An oil refinery in Pennsylvania that was set to be closed has a new lease on life after Delta Airlines bought it to try and bring some stability and cost savings to its jet fuel purchases. Jet fuel accounts for more than one-third of the airline's costs.