Intel Corp. shares are dropping on the chipmaker's disappointing forecast for 2014.
Human rights groups urged the U.N. General Assembly Thursday to approve a resolution to protect the right to privacy against unlawful surveillance in the digital age and criticized the U.S. and its key allies for trying to ...
The U.S. recession that began in December 2007 may have officially ended in June 2009, but in terms of job status, pay and retirement options, American workers are feeling its lingering negative impact, according to a new ...
Separated families in Australia are living with less parental conflict, an outcome likely to have been brought about by increased relationship services, not parenting time arrangements.
To protect consumers, screening shellfish for fungal toxins is important, say scientists.
Scientists had feared that melt-water which trickles down through the ice could dramatically speed up the movement of glaciers as it acts as a lubricant between the ice and the ground it moves over.
Sharing photographs on Facebook could damage relationships with friends, family and colleagues, a new study has found.
Professor discusses research on challenges facing women entrepreneurs, as well as possible solutions
Last week, the United States topped Dell's first-ever Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index, a study of the best countries for female entrepreneurship. While this is a feather in America's cap, women entrepreneurs ...
A significant decline in the numbers of native fish in Australia's Murray-Darling Basin may be linked to released dam water being too cold for breeding.
Countries that have higher levels of corruption struggle to attract and retain skilled workers report the authors of a new study published in EMBO reports.