Millions of African-American and Latino seniors are living on the edge of financial collapse, according to a new report, Severe Financial Insecurity among African American and Latino Seniors. Released today by the Institute ...
(AP) -- A new report on information technology provided further evidence that an industry recovery is under way, with U.S. spending now expected to grow faster than previously believed.
The US Justice Department on Monday approved Cisco's 3.4-billion-dollar purchase of Norwegian video conferencing company Tandberg, saying it would not hamper competition.
(AP) -- A global group funding the battle against AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis in impoverished nations worldwide is urging donors to keep paying for the fight even as the economic crisis forces budget cuts.
France had the first one back in the 12th century. In 1980, less than 60 existed worldwide. But since then, the number had doubled.
(AP) -- With President Barack Obama's health care overhaul in limbo, Americans' fears about its effect on them eased in January, according to a poll released as the president tries to revive sweeping Democratic legislation.
The ranks of cell phone subscribers will swell to five billion people this year thanks to the growth of smartphones in developed nations and mobile services in poor nations, a UN agency said Monday.
Japan's Toshiba plans to spend almost nine billion dollars to build a new factory producing memory chips for mobile telephones, cameras and other electronics, a report said Wednesday.
Taiwan's Acer Inc, the world's second biggest computer vendor by revenues, said Wednesday that its profit for 2009 edged down just 3.54 percent from a year ago despite the global economic meltdown.
Japanese electronics and entertainment giant Sony Corp. Thursday announced a third-quarter net profit of 870 million dollars, a result it said "significantly exceeded expectations".