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Google might get slapped with $400 million in back taxes in Indonesia for 2015.

Manhattan and New Jersey bombings suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami is arrested after a shootout with police.

Ernst & Young LLP agreed Monday to pay $9.3 million to settle two separate cases in which regulators said firm misrepresented in audit reports that it was independent in client dealings.

Samsung Galaxy Note7 sales will resume on October 21 in the U.S.

Wells Fargo’s chief risk officer takes an unpaid leave of absence.

Facebook acquires modular consumer hardware maker Nascent Objects.

Twitter lifts its 140-character limit, sort of.

The Queen’s cousin Lord Ivar Mountbatten becomes first member of royal family to come out as gay.

The ratings for the Emmy Awards sets a record low.