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The host of public radio's "Marketplace" is set to deliver the keynote address during Emory University's Founders Week.
In recent days, Target customers were shocked to learn that since late November, hackers have managed to steal the names, credit and debit card numbers, expiration dates and security codes from as many as 40 million Target customers.
Senate Republicans and Democrats hit an impasse Sunday over spending in their last-ditch struggle to avoid an economy-jarring default in just four days and end a partial government shutdown that enters its third week.
The number of U.S. companies buying insurance to cover the costs of potential cyberattacks and data breaches rose by a third last year at insurance broker Marsh Inc., making it one of their fastest-growing lines of coverage, Dow Jones News Service reported Thursday.
European shares traded lower early on Friday on waning hopes that U.S. President Barack Obama and key lawmakers would manage to reach an 11th-hour budget compromise.
News Corp. has announced that it plans to split into two separate, publicly traded companies, one for its publishing business and the other for its entertainment operations.
News Corp. has announced plans to split into two companies. News Corp. will be the name of its publishing business, while the media and entertainment business will go to a company to be called Fox Group.
Three hours west of Washington, D.C., U.S. Route 50 emerges from the West Virginia forest in a gentle curve. On the south side of the highway rises an enormous natural gas drilling rig. To its left and slightly behind it is a gas separation plant under construction.
The rating agency Standard & Poor's stunned the world a year ago by stripping the U.S. government of its prized AAA bond rating.