Cleveland Indians beat Chicago Cubs in Game 1 of the World Series.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal became the first major American newspaper to endorse Donald Trump.
Access, the Alphabet internet division containing Google Fiber, will lay off employees and replace its CEO as it shifts to wireless.
Apple posts its first revenue decline since 2001 but the tech giant is bullish about current quarter revenue.
The gender gap increased in the past year, report says.
Chipotle sales are down 22 percent as customers are clearly still scared almost a year after an E.coli outbreak.
Yelp and Pandora could be good takeover candidates but not Netflix, says an analyst.
Clydesdale makes an offer for RBS’s Williams & Glyn unit.
Republican and former Secretary of State Colin Powell says he’s voting for Hillary Clinton.
Photo: Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (R) takes part in an onstage interview with Aspen Institute President and CEO Walter Isaacson (L) at the Washington Ideas Forum in Washington, September 30, 2015. Reuters/Jonathan Ernst