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Auto Sales Are Slowing, And Upheaval Is Next

The U.S. auto boom that fueled record sales and profits is winding down. Next up: A radical transformation that could threaten the survival of some automakers.

Outage hits Starbucks stores in U.S. and Canada

The outage happened after the company ran a regular technology update on cash registers overnight.

Does Anyone In Trump's White House Have Credibility?

The next time the White House wants to make a credible defense of President Trump's actions, who should it send to the podium?

Facebook Refunds Advertisers Over Measurement Error

Facebook said Tuesday it is offering refunds after a "bug" caused some advertisers to be billed incorrectly when users clicked on videos in a carousel ad unit.

This Is 'SportsCenter'? ESPN Is Changing Its Flagship Show

The media landscape is changing, and ESPN has to change with it. That includes changes to "SportsCenter," its flagship broadcast since the network went on the air in 1979.

Boeing Cleared To Fly The 737 Max, Delivers First Jet

That came after Boeing's 737 fleet was briefly grounded starting on May 10 due to engine concerns.

Are More Hollywood Hacks On The Horizon?

As studios and networks put their movies and shows into the hands of consumers on more platforms, they face the pressing challenge of how to keep their content out of the hands of hackers, according to Grady Summers, chief technology ...

Dollar Drops As Trump's Latest Crisis Alarms Investors

The greenback fell against other major currencies in the aftermath of allegations that Trump in February asked James Comey to end the FBI's investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

Outage Hits Starbucks Stores In U.S. And Canada

Starbucks spokesman Reggie Borges said the chain was not compromised by a cyberattack. He said tech updates "can be tricky sometimes."

Twitter Cofounder Biz Stone Returns To Twitter

Biz Stone, one of Twitter's four cofounders, is returning to the company in a new full-time role focused on helping its internal culture.

Jimmy Kimmel To Host 90th Academy Awards

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced Tuesday that Kimmel will return to host the 90th Oscars ceremony.

The Dollar's Trump Bump Has Vanished

President Trump's victory and promise to implement an "America First" agenda propelled the US dollar to 13-year highs.

Guy Who Fought Wells Fargo Is Angry About Attack On CFPB

But Los Angeles City Attorney Feuer would be the first to say that teaming up with the nation's Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was what widened the scope of the investigation into the bank's widespread sordid practices. That cooperation created the ...

Bill Gates To New Grads: 'You Can Start Fighting Inequity Sooner'

The billionaire Microsoft co-founder turned philanthropist said artificial intelligence, energy and biosciences are "promising" fields where new graduates can make "a huge impact."

India Boycotts China's Global Trade Jamboree

Representatives from dozens of countries -- including 30 heads of state -- gathered in Beijing on Sunday for a lavish summit to discuss China's trillion-dollar global trade and investment initiative, known as One Belt, One Road.