A federal appeals court strikes down the North Carolina voter ID law as discriminatory.
Hewlett Packard stock surges more than 7 percent following talk that it could be a buyout target for private equity firms KKR, Apollo Global and Carlyle.
YouTube reveals RNC and DNC livestreams were viewed over 9 million times, with an average watch time being 25 minutes.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has friends in Silicon Valley with Apple’s Tim Cook hosting a campaign fundraiser for her in August.
The four Florida Zika cases most likely came from local mosquitoes, said Governor Rick Scott.
NextEra agrees to buy Oncor in $18.4 billion utility deal.
Facebook might have posted a superb second quarter earnings earlier this week; but it also might owe $5 billion in taxes as well.
The U.S. Navy will name a navy ship after legendary gay activist and navy veteran Harvey Milk.
No “Purple Rain” royalties for you: A Minnesota judge denies claims of 29 would-be heirs to Prince estate.
Photo: An attendee at the Microsoft Ignite technology conference walks past the Hewlett-Packard (HP) logo in Chicago, Illinois, May 4, 2015. Reuters/Jim Young