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The end of an era: Blackberry will no longer manufacture its classic smartphone model that was an industry leader until it got dethroned by Apple and Samsung Electronics Co.

FBI recommends no charges to be filed against Hillary Clinton for her emails.

Delta Air Lines is taking a $450 million loss because jet fuel prices didn’t jump as much as the airline bet they would.

The latest Yahoo offers are due tomorrow, with the final round expected in two weeks. But will investors accept the low bids?

Theranos faces congressional inquiry over faulty blood tests.

Apple will offer U.S. iPhone users easy opt-in for national organ donor registry.

FDA approves first dissolving stent for US patients.

India’s online movie ticketing portal BookMyShow raises $82 million funding.

Noel Neill, first actress to play Lois Lane, dies at 95.


Photo: The new Blackberry Classic smartphone is shown during a display at the launch event in New York, December 17, 2014. Reuters/Brendan McDermid