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Carmakers fret over China's slowing auto market

A decade ago, Chinese drivers bought just 6 million cars annually, less than a tenth of the vehicles sold worldwide.

eBay celebrates 20th anniversary

eBay celebrates 20th anniversary
Auction site eBay started from humble beginnings as a software programmer's hobby, but has since grown into one of the world's biggest e-commerce firms and this month celebrates its 20th anniversary.

RBI reverses tax deduction from Telangana account

published about 1 hour ago
With this reversal, the dispute between the Telangana government and the I-T department is set to resume as the reversal will now leave the taxman's claim unsettled.

Asian Stocks Rise Amid China Holiday, Get Wall Street Perk

published about 2 hours ago
Asian stock markets rise amid China holiday after getting perk from Wall Street rebound

Heavy Police Presence In Vollo Investigating Suspicious Activity

published about 2 hours ago
Heavy Police Presence In Vollo Investigating Suspicious Activity
Law enforcement in the northwest suburbs have intensified their search for the suspects in the murder of Fox Lake Police Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz on Tuesday.


Air Cargo Volumes Drop, as China's Economy Stumbles

published about 4 hours ago
Air Cargo Volumes Drop, as China's Economy Stumbles
Airports in the U.S. and Europe are reporting declines in air freight after months of growth due to reduced exports from Asia, raising concerns about ... more

Who Wants to Ring the Closing Bell on Bad Days?

published about 5 hours ago
Who Wants to Ring the Closing Bell  on Bad Days?
In the tumultuous days recently, as markets have slid, the job of closing-bell ringer has taken an anxious turn.

A Modigliani Painting for $100 Million?

published about 5 hours ago
A Modigliani Painting for $100 Million?
Christie’s International said it expects to ask roughly $100 million for a Modigliani nude that will be auctioned this fall, a bold reflection of how ... more

Inside Uber's Fight With Its Chinese Nemesis

published about 6 hours ago
China’s multibillion-dollar ride-hailing market has erupted into a brawl between Uber and Beijing startup Didi Kuaidi.

Small Firms Slow to Embrace Chip-Card System

published about 7 hours ago
Small Firms Slow to Embrace Chip-Card System
Many small businesses aren’t racing to update their checkout systems ahead of an Oct. 1 shift that will put merchants on the hook for some ... more
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PCs and tablets flip and twist their way through IFA 2015

published about 4 hours ago
Join our CNET Editors on a tour of the PCs and tablets catching our eye at the IFA 2015 tech show in Berlin.
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Steven Spielberg says superhero movies will die like Westerns

published about 5 hours ago
Technically Incorrect: The great director and producer foresees a time when we're just tired of Superman and Batman.
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Rival accuses Google's Waze of stealing traffic data

published about 5 hours ago
If proven true, the lawsuit could show the search giant took a wrong turn in its bidding war with Facebook over Waze in 2013.
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Lenovo Phab Plus

published about 6 hours ago
Lenovo Phab Plus
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Boffins learn to send boredom-beating suggestions to smartphone-fondlers

published about 6 hours ago
What fresh hell is this? Your smartphone will become even more of a pest, if researchers from Telefonica and the University of Stuttgart have their ... more

Who Wants to Ring the Closing Bell on Bad Days?

published about 5 hours ago
In the tumultuous days recently, as markets have slid, the job of closing-bell ringer has taken an anxious turn.

IMF: China, tumbling commodity prices threaten world economy

published about 7 hours ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — China's slowdown, volatile financial markets and tumbling raw-materials prices have raised the risks to economic growth around the world, the International Monetary ... more

Foreign Firms Feel China's Chill

published about 8 hours ago
Market turmoil and Beijing’s crackdown on brokers and investors is complicating the plans of foreign funds and investment banks that had bet on bigger business ... more

Private-Equity Firms Explore Bids for Petco

published about 9 hours ago
Private-equity firms are examining a possible purchase of Petco Holdings, the pet-store chain that filed to go public last month.

Glass Lewis Opposes BofA Board Proposal

published about 9 hours ago
Proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis & Co. is recommending shareholders vote against a board proposal by Bank of America that would let the bank’s chief ... more

Your Money Adviser: Managing the Costs of Long-Term Care Insurance

published about 10 hours ago
As insurers seek to curb losses, many states have been approving large increases in premiums for older policies, but there are ways to cope.

Sketch Guy: One Thing You Can Do With Your Portfolio Right Now

published 2 days ago
Sketch Guy: One Thing You Can Do With Your Portfolio Right Now
Before reacting to volatile markets, write down a financial plan to make sure your investment goals are aligned.

The Haggler: Rousting the Book Pirates From Google

published Sat, Aug 29 2015 11:51 GMT
The Haggler: Rousting the Book Pirates From Google
A writer finds her e-book in Google Play with a different author’s name on the cover, revealing Google’s slow response to complaints of pirated works.

Wealth Matters: For Parents With Troubled Adult Children, Financial Hurdles Abound

published Fri, Aug 28 2015 10:23 GMT
Wealth Matters: For Parents With Troubled Adult Children, Financial Hurdles Abound
Special-purpose trusts can be used to provide children a semblance of the life they might have enjoyed without mental illness or addiction, but these trusts ... more

Your Money Adviser: Tax-Free Savings Accounts for Disabled Are Expected in 2016

published Fri, Aug 28 2015 09:05 GMT
The plans, known as 529A or Able accounts, are being created in most states and could grow to $100,000 without jeopardizing federal benefits.