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Richard Branson: World's wealthiest 'deserve heavy taxes' if they don't make capitalism more inclusive

Virgin Group founder Richard Branson is part of the growing circle of elite business players questioning

Women Sue Yale Over a Fraternity Culture They Say Enables Harassment

Supported by Women Sue Yale Over a Fraternity Culture They Say Enables Harassment ImageFrom left, Anna

Negotiators say they have a tentative deal to avoid a US government shutdown

Congressional negotiators said they reached a tentative deal Monday to fund the government and avoid another

Federal judge tells traders they can combine cases accusing JP Morgan of rigging metals market

Border Residents Shrug at Trump’s Dire Warnings: ‘They Make Me Laugh’

Supported by Border Residents Shrug at Trump’s Dire Warnings: ‘They Make Me Laugh’ ImageFerdinando Galeana, right,

The most important numbers from Alphabet's Q4 earnings report — and why they sent the stock down

Alphabet appears to have spooked investors with its fourth-quarter earnings report. The stock shed 3 percent

‘I’m Going to Die Here,’ She Told the Guards. They Didn’t Listen.

Supported by ‘I’m Going to Die Here,’ She Told the Guards. They Didn’t Listen. ImageLamekia Dockery

People say they care about Facebook's privacy scandals, but their actions show they don't

Facebook pleased investors Wednesday by reporting a strong quarter of earnings led by impressive statistics on

Sheryl Sandberg defends Facebook data-collecting app: Users 'knew they were involved and consented'

Facebook users went through a “rigorous consent flow” before participating in its market research program, Chief

Los Angeles police search for man they say brutally punched 2 women on viral video

Los Angeles police have released a video of a suspect appearing to assault two men near