The consumer-price index, which measures what Americans pay for everything from shampoo to hotel stays, rose 0.2% in February after rising a seasonally adjusted 0.5% in January.
New Jeep Wrangler spied in Goa
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DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's collapsed Saad Group, led by businessman Maan al-Sanea, has called a meeting with creditors in a last-ditch attempt to end a dispute over 16 billion riyals ($4.3 billion) of claims, sources close to the matter said.
Apple approved a Mac app with a misbehaving crypto-mining feature
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San Miguel is seeking to raise as much as $3 billion through a proposed share sale of its food-and-beverage business in the third quarter of this year.
An uneasy relationship between residents and visitors who think they have permission to do whatever they like? Sounds familiar.
Every fire scientist knows the place where houses meet the wild is dangerous. But people keep putting more houses there.
2018 is looking a wee bit notchy for smartphones. We explore all the Android and hardware trends coming to phones this year.
Investors should celebrate a stronger banking and insurance regulator in China. The demise of Chinese shadow banking, however, remains greatly exaggerated.
LONDON (Reuters) - Oil giants Royal Dutch Shell and Eni have voluntarily filed to U.S. authorities internal probes into how they acquired a giant field in Nigeria as the companies seek to fight corruption allegations in Europe and Africa.
Styling company Stitch Fix continues to grow its revenue and clients, disproving skeptics, as it added 100,000 clients in its latest quarter.
(Reuters) - Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google corporate brands dropped in an annual survey while Amazon.com Inc maintained the top spot for the third consecutive year, and electric carmaker Telsa Inc rocketed higher after sending a red Roadster into space.
WIRED columnist Jason Pontin on how the government could tackle economic inequality and create jobs in our techno-turvy future.
European Union privacy rules may prompt removal of personal information from Whois lookups.
Freezing and defrosting snake sperm could be a key to conserving endangered species—but artificial insemination isn't always easy.
(Reuters) - Gordie Spater has been manufacturing dog harnesses for nearly 15 years on the northernmost reaches of the Massachusetts shoreline, but he is in high demand right now on Wall Street.
Best Buy is one of several chains using a third-party service to score customers’ shopping behavior and impose limits on the amount of merchandise they can return.
LONDON (Reuters) - World shares inched higher on Tuesday, eking out limited gains as investors kept a wary eye on a U.S. inflation reading later in the day that could offer clues on the pace of Federal Reserve interest rate hikes this year.
iPhone battery troubles? 3 easy fixes
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LONDON, March 13 (Reuters) - World shares inched higher on Tuesday, eking out limited gains as investors kept a wary eye on a U.S. inflation reading later in the day that could offer clues on the pace of Federal Reserve interest rate hikes this year.