The US Justice Department announced tough limits Thursday on Verizon's effort to expand its wireless entertainment footprint, amid worries the cellphone and cable giant was building a monopoly.
There is a tendency to think that only men treat women in a sexist way, but a new study by a University of Miami researcher and his daughter shows that both men and women participate in maintaining a gender hierarchy in our ...
Consumers change their minds often when making choices that involve conflicting goals, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research.
An increase in the variability of local conditions could do more to harm biodiversity than slower shifts in climate, a new study has found.
A French commercial court has found Google guilty of abusing the dominant position of its Google Maps application and ordered it to pay a fine and damages to a French mapping company.
The Competition Commission of India said Monday it had launched an anti-trust probe into Google's online advertising practices, deepening the Internet giant's legal woes in the country.
Voters prefer older-looking presidents in times of war, according to research published May 23 in the open access journal PLoS ONE.
Many dogs are put down or abandoned due to their violent nature, but contrary to popular belief, breed has little to do with a dog's aggressive behaviour compared to all the owner-dependant factors. This is shown in a new ...
Research from Jack McCann of Lincoln Memorial University, in Tennessee, suggests that China could become the dominant economic power within a few years if it exploits the competitive advantages it is creating politically, ...
Early action could be crucial to addressing the problem of major increases in jellyfish numbers, which appears to be the result of human activities.