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Yelp is entering one of the hottest areas of the online economy.
Futures are pointing to a lower open on Wall Street with investors keeping a close eye on events in Europe.
Chipmaker Qualcomm agrees to pay the Chinese government $975 million to settle a 14-month long probe into alleged anti-competitive practices.
Investors still are cautious about Greece potentially withdrawing from the Euro, conflict in Ukraine and new signs of weakness in China's economy.
Hasbro, the second biggest toymaker in the US, reported better than expected Q4 results today of 1.34 a share.
The international markets came under pressure – disappointing Chinese trade figures raised new concerns about the pace of economic growth in China.
At the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, chief executives of the top brands signaled the number one trend for the new year: the American consumer wants it all.
Though weight loss has been the most popular New Year’s resolution for many years, 2015 will see the fitness focused community rise to the forefront.
The smartphone of today evolved from the PDA or Personal digital assistant of the 1990s.