Daily Fantasy Sports Sites Face Lawsuit Amid Increased Scrutiny Over PracticesBesieged daily fantasy operators DraftKings and FanDuel are facing a lawsuit accusing them of negligence, fraud and false adverstising.
Uber Faces Lawsuit Over Passenger Safety, Alleged Sexual AssaultsTwo women who claim they were sexually assaulted by the Uber's drivers are suing the ride-hailing company over passenger safety.
Netflix Raising U.S. Price For Most Popular Video PlanIt will cost a little more to "Netflix & chill"...
Facebook Goes Beyond ‘Like,’ Tests A Range Of Emoji ReactionsFacebook is going "Inside Out" on the Like button, adding a range of new emotional reactions to the iconic thumbs-up icon it launched in 2009.
Ex-Railroad Town Near Reno Anticipates Boom With Tesla PlantNot since the Southern Pacific railroad rolled into this sleepy high desert town in Nevada more than a century ago has there been such excitement -- Tesla Motors and other technology companies are coming.
Solar, Wind Power Reaching Tipping Point In U.S., Driving Fossil Fuel Prices HigherEnergy producers are faced with higher coal and gas costs while wind and solar look more appealing.
Cigarette Tax Proponents Push For $2-Per-Pack IncreaseProponents of an effort to raise California’s cigarette tax have launched a new effort to raise the cigarette tax by $2 a pack, this time with support from wealthy donor Tom Steyer.
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Facebook To Beam Internet To Sub-Saharan Africa From SpaceFacebook is teaming up with a French satellite operator to deliver Internet coverage to 14 sub-Saharan countries in Africa in 2016.
Pandora Says It Will Buy Ticketfly For $450MStreaming music company Pandora says it will buy Ticketfly for $450 million in a move that takes the company beyond music sharing and into ticket sales and marketing.
DMV Employee Files Grievance Over Agency's Strict 'Potty Policy'A Sacramento DMV office is setting strict limits on employee bathroom breaks and even docking workers' pay if the they take too long.
Guns, Ammo Sell Like Hot Cakes Before Last San Francisco Gun Shop Closes Its DoorsCustomers are rushing to scoop up discounted firearms from San Francisco’s last gun store before it closes its doors at the end of the month in protest of a proposal to videotape gun sales in the city.