Microsoft’s Lumia smartphones and Surface computers are slick, but iOS and Android users have little reason to switch.
A meld of the world’s top two brewers -- Anheuser-Busch InBev SA and SABMiller Plc -- would raise antitrust questions from China to Argentina to the U.S.
Amid an insider-data scandal, the fantasy sports website has banned its employees from participating in any public daily fantasy games for money.
Privacy advocates throughout the world are calling on the U.S. to follow a European court's example in recognizing privacy as a fundamental human right.
A group controlled by the billionaire Koch brothers said Wednesday that it will support the former Hewlett-Packard CEO's presidential campaign.
An estimated 1,500 youths have left France to join Islamic militants, but critics warn that government efforts alone will not end the flow.
While the media focused on inmates who beat Harvard students in a debate last month, states were slashing the types of programs that helped make the achievement possible.
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- Spanish King Urges Solidarity, Responsibility In Refugee Crisis
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- FIFA Ethics Committee Suspends Blatter