Concern about legality and consumer fraud in the daily fantasy sports industry has reached critical mass, with many seeing federal regulation as the only solution.
The social networking company's Brian Bold chats with International Business Times about a tool that rewards advertisers for sales, not clicks.
Customers had long been asking that Egg McMuffins and other items be available all day. With overall sales sagging, the restaurant chain finally listened.
Amid a growing scandal, companies like DraftKings and FanDuel need to convince customers that their daily games are fair -- if the companies want to continue to thrive.
Microsoft has little choice but to push as hard as possible into phones and tablets, given the PC market’s dwindling fortunes.
Over the next several weeks, the market will be guided by third-quarter earnings, which are likely to show “more misses than hits.”
Workers struggle to plan their lives outside of work, especially in the low-paying retail and food-service sectors.
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