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By David Shepardson, Alexandria Sage and Bernie WoodallWASHINGTON, June 30 A fatal accident in which the driver of a Tesla Motors Inc Model S operating in Autopilot mode was killed in a collision with a truck has prompted an investigation

The Brexit market madness failed to scare away Millennials — at a time when many were selling, young investors were scouring for deals and buying stocks. When the Dow plunged more than 600 points last Friday, Millennials who trade on

SAN FRANCISCO : A pitched legal battle between ride-hailing rivals Uber and Lyft, involving accusations of hacking and corporate spying, ended with a settlement this week that did not require either company to pay money, according to sources familiar with

U.S. market indexes were higher on Thursday. For the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 17929.99 for a gain of 235.31 points or 1.33 percent. The S&P 500 was also higher, closing at 2098.86 for a gain of

A single elevator could have accommodated the donors who recently gathered with Hillary Clinton at home of the Pritzker family in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood. Small in number, the group was big in largesse, contributing at least $ 1 million

NEW YORK, June 30 (IFR) – The Republic of Argentina launched a US$ 2.75bn bond issue on Thursday as its sought to finance the buyback of expensive GDP warrants. The South American country set final yields of 6.625% on a

Last week, a group of analysts published an astonishing report about the future of Social Security in the United States, and their remarks were nothing short of damning. According to their calculations, for example, these analysts claim that Social Security

Merely keeping the lights on in troubled Puerto Rico is about to get harder. Electricity prices in Puerto Rico are going up 8% by late July or early August. But that’s just the beginning. By early 2017, rates are expected

OTTAWA : Canada confirmed on Thursday that it would provide troops to help establish a new 4,000-strong NATO force on Russia’s border to act as a deterrent against a possible show of force by Moscow. A statement from the Canadian

Here’s a daring prediction of what from one of Europe’s top CEOs: Brexit, despite all you had heard, is not actually going to happen, ever. Michael O’Leary, the CEO of Ryanair, says Britain will suffer a steep recession. A new