The new chairman of Sprint Corp. says that if the U.S. government will let him take over T-Mobile, hell declare a price war that would revolutionize the American mobile market in the same way he overturned Japans.
Here are the characteristics of the sex trade in the eight cities studied in the Urban Institute report:
A study released Wednesday about the worlds oldest profession concludes that the lucrative underground commercial sex economy in eight large U.S. metropolitan areas, including Kansas City, brings in a combined estimated annual cash value of $975.3 million. The unprecedented study by the Urban Institute finds that the reach of the Internet has facilitated the flesh trade and made it harder to combat.
Devices that let you watch Netflix and other streaming video services on a big TV screen are popular, but there are limits to what you can watch.
U.S. stocks are finishing mixed after a listless day as traders continue to worry about slowing growth in China and tensions in Ukraine.
More than two-thirds of the World Cup matches have been sold out less than three hours after FIFA opened new ticket sales on Wednesday.
Cotton futures No. 2 closed $2.75 a bale higher to $2.90 lower Wednesday.
An environmental protection group and labor rights group are trying to pressure Apple into abandoning two hazardous chemicals used to make iPhones.
Trading of Pfizer Inc. stock was halted briefly Wednesday afternoon due to news that a federal court had invalidated the key patent for one of its most lucrative medicines, potentially opening the door for cheaper generic versions 18 months sooner than expected.
In another sign the world economy is finally picking up steam after five years of recession and anemic growth, New Zealand on Thursday became the first developed nation to embark on a program of interest rate hikes.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily XXX on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Federal prosecutors say a New York-based investment bank and broker-dealer has agreed to pay $25 million in penalties for misleading customers trading in residential mortgage-backed securities.
New Jersey's two pro football teams and a developer have settled dueling lawsuits, clearing the way for a long-delayed megamall project at the Meadowlands sports complex.
U.S. stocks are little changed in midday trading as investors worry about slower growth in China and lingering tensions in Ukraine.
Southern California homes sales posted a fifth straight annual decline in February as tight inventories kept buyers on the sidelines, a research firm said Wednesday.
Farm commodity rail shipments are running nearly three weeks behind in North Dakota, but BNSF Railway Co. has promised to get caught up before summer, the state's U.S. senators said Wednesday.
Child care providers who receive federal support would have to undergo criminal background checks, know first aid and CPR and get other medical training under a bill moving forward in the Senate.
Sandy the dog "muttbombed" celebrities like Bradley Cooper, Ellen DeGeneres and Brad Pitt as they posed at the Oscars for the now-famous star-studded selfie. That digitally tweaked version of the most retweeted photo ever is a Texas animal rescue's bet that combining cuddly canines and Hollywood stars will entice more social media users to adopt needy pets.
Microsoft Corp. has appointed Mason Morfit, the president of activist investment firm ValueAct Capital, to its board of directors.
The price of oil dropped below $98 a barrel Wednesday as the possibility of a deeper economic slowdown in China fed expectations of weaker demand and a report showed a rise in U.S. oil supplies.
Lansing Lugnuts fans could take a bathroom break between innings and not miss a pitch.
The growth of New Jersey's Internet gambling market slowed somewhat in its third full month of operation, with the Atlantic City gambling websites posting a nearly 9 percent revenue increase in February.
Sponsors come and go in motor sports, where even the strongest partnership can quickly unravel because of the economy, a difference of opinion or a change in marketing strategy.
Rhode Island's health insurance marketplace has far surpassed unofficial federal enrollment targets, with nearly 20,000 sign-ups for private plans.
The spot month contract for light sweet crude was $97.68 per barrel at 12 p.m. Wednesday on the New York Mercantile Exchange.