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The digital age allows us to witness "pre-mourning" on a worldwide scale. And that's what we're witnessing right now around the news that Aretha Franklin's health is failing.
Twitter suspended Alex Jones after posting a video in which he calls on people to "act on the enemy before they do a false flag."
The CEO and majority shareholder of Sears has put a price tag on how much he's willing to pay his company to buy its Kenmore appliance brand: $400 million.
Trump's media cheerleaders repeat what he says, and he relays the message back to them, and the mirror effect continues.
Kroger is making another big push into online groceries, this time by opening a digital business in China.
Oil refineries in the United States are running full tilt to meet insatiable demand for gasoline and diesel at home and overseas.
Alphabet, Google's parent company, is investing $375 million into Oscar Health, a small health insurer focused on bringing more technology to health care.
Fort Myers, Florida, was ground zero for the mortgage crisis during the recession. Since then, it's recovered and construction is booming again -- to the point where people are worried that another housing meltdown might be around the corner.
There's a scuffle over what Facebook exec Campbell Brown may or may not have said about Mark Zuckerberg and journalism.
A lawsuit alleges that the popular dating app's current owners manipulated the valuation of the company.