A new understanding of marine geology has led to the discovery of hundreds of deposits rich in gold, silver and copper in volcanic zones across the seabed.
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Markets fell on Monday after reports of slowdowns in consumer and producer prices.
The new Bravo reality series “Silicon Valley” puts a spotlight, and not necessarily a flattering one, on the technology industry.
Top technology and entertainment executives will gather in Sun Valley, Idaho, on Tuesday, the first time they have done so since the debate over two controversial antipiracy bills.
Johnson & Johnson, a developer of the drug, has asked the agency to approve Xarelto to treat deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.
Officials from 17 euro zone nations reached a tentative agreement on the bailout terms, including releasing 30 billion euros, or $37 billion, by the end of the month.
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David H. Hoffmann is chief and chairman of DHR International, an executive search firm. After a turbulent flight to Nashville to meet a job candidate, Mr. Hoffmann was met by a multifaceted executive.
Sukhoi, which makes the Superjet 100, said it expected 40 new orders for the passenger plane even after the crash of a demonstration model in May.
Despite the loss, the aluminum manufacturer’s second-quarter results were slightly ahead of analysts’ expectations.
Gov. Rick Perry told federal officials on Monday that Texas would not expand Medicaid or create an insurance exchange.
Credit card borrowing jumped by $8 billion in May to $870 billion, a level still well below the $1 trillion-plus reached before and shortly after the recession began.
The Food and Drug Administration decided doctors did not need extra instruction on prescribing some strong painkillers, despite a growing problem of abuse.
Just 30 minutes before a lockout would have begun, the government ordered both parties into compulsory arbitration.
Airports in St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and other secondary cities are having to address vacant terminals and hangars as they lose business to bigger destinations.
Politicians in both London and Washington are looking into whether regulators allowed banks to report false rates in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis and afterward.