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Pew Research released the findings of their survey on the impact of technology in the workplace and concluded that the Internet is helping workers be more productive.
With over 1 million apps in Google's Google Play app store, finding the right app can be difficult.
After three days of disruption that began on Christmas day, Sony's PlayStation Network is back up and running.
Algeria's oil minister is calling on OPEC to cut production and raise oil prices that have dropped dramatically in the last six months.
American Apparel recently received a bid from private equity firm Irving Place Capital to the tune of $1.40 a share, which would value the clothing retailer at about $244 million.
Walgreens, America's largest drugstore chain, reported earnings for their first quarter of 2015.
After nearly a decade of development and redesign, Airbus has finally delivered its first A350 XWB jet to Qatar Airways at a delivery ceremony Monday.
Fox News and Fox Business Network were both blocked by Dish Network on Sunday as a result of contract negotiation issues.
Chrysler announced that they will be recalling 257,000 Ram pickup trucks after an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Xerox will be selling their information technologies outsourcing business to France's Atos for roughly $1 billion.