Hello, the sleep monitoring startup that raised $40 million, has laid off most of its employees and is seeking a buyer.
David Richter is Uber’s new SVP of business.
Egypt is considering a ban of Western names of Mark or Sam.
Study finds that more than 2 billion adults and children globally are overweight or obese.
Email prankster fools top executives at Citigroup and Goldman Sachs by masquerading as each bank’s chairman.
Sumner Redstone is facing a palimony lawsuit from an ex-girlfriend.
Obamacare enrollment slides to 10.3 million for 2017.
Washington, D.C. and Maryland attorneys file a graft lawsuit against President Trump.
Social Finance applies for a bank charter.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett will travel to New York this week to help Israel sell government bonds, an arm of the Israeli government.
Photo: A man fills out an information card during an Affordable Care Act outreach event hosted by Planned Parenthood for the Latino community in Los Angeles, California, September 28, 2013. Reuters/Jonathan Alcorn