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For years, Ford has safely ruled America's pickup market. Now that truck buyers are back, it's getting a lot more competition.
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From adaptive cruise control to power tailgates -- these are the top options for the driver who needs it all.
A team of thieves hacked into banks around the globe, while foot soldiers withdrew massive sums from ATMs and bought luxury items with the stolen cash.
Google is expected to unveil the next version of Android next week. These 5 features could improve the operating system.
Choose a lesser-known national park to save yourself aggravation and money. Here's where to go and where to skip.
These Americans can't wait until they can apply for health insurance under the new state-based exchanges, scheduled to open for enrollment in October. For some with pre-existing conditions, there are no other options.
IRS workers gathered in New York City this week to protest the government spending cuts that will result in at least five furlough days without pay.
Apple's iTunes Store is nearing 50 billion ? billion! ? downloads. Here are the most-downloaded tablet apps ever.
Washington State's budding marijuana industry has drawn entrepreneurs from all careers and backgrounds.
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Here are seven companies from the first Fortune 500 that have since been merged, split up, or put out to pasture.
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Not only are they America's largest corporations, they're also great places to work.
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Sometimes the best way to unlock shareholder value is to create new companies. Here's a look at six Fortune 500 spinoffs and how they've performed since going solo.
Who says the youngsters are ruling business? These 75-and-over Fortune 500 CEOs show that age is nothing but a number.
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It's hard to say exactly why an off-road pick-up needs 575 horsepower, but it's fun when it gets it.
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Warren Buffett joined Twitter Thursday. Here's a look back at nine other notable first tweets.
Tuition and student debt levels are soaring. So which schools provide the best return on your investment? These five topped Payscale's list.
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Congress reacted swiftly when furloughs of FAA air traffic controllers caused a surge in flight delays. But even without the cutbacks, travelers at these airports feel lucky when they depart on time.
Some things just shouldn't be connected to the Internet. With Shodan, a search engine that finds connected devices, it's easy to locate dangerous things that anyone can access without so much as a username or password.
Innovations range from phones that watch users watching them to keyboards that think.
The newest model from Ford's luxury brand shows that there's a lot of work still to be done.
From Japan and the Philippines to the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, these countries' stock markets have rallied more than 20% so far this year.
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