Stocks Pull Out Of Steep Plunge; Big Tech, Apple Among Biggest LosersAfter falling more than 960 points, the Dow pulled out of its steep decline in the final hour of trading Monday to finish with a 767-point loss at the closing bell as tech was hit hard after China devalued its currency.
Bitcoin Goes on Wild Ride and It May Only Get CrazierBitcoin volatility has created a circus-like atmosphere. Some companies have added the word "bitcoin" or related terms to their names to get in on the action. Crazy thing is, it's worked.
Imminent Bitcoin Upgrade Risks Financial PanicAn internal dispute over the digital currency could soon mean financial losses, whipsawing prices and delays in processing payments.
Trump Accepts Presidential Nomination, Blasts China Trade PoliciesDonald Trump accused China of stealing intellectual property rights and currency manipulation as he accepted the presidential nomination of the Republican Party.
Harriet Tubman Wins Vote To Replace Andrew Jackson On $20 BillA group that has been campaigning to replace Andrew Jackson's face on the $20 bill with a woman has chosen 19th-century abolitionist, Harriet Tubman.
Which Woman Should Replace Andrew Jackson On $20 Bill?Barbara Ortiz Howard is on a mission to kick Andrew Jackson off the $20 bill and replace him with a woman.
Apple Halts Online Sales In Russia After Ruble PlungesApple has halted online sales of its iPhones, iPads and other products in Russia amid financial turmoil triggered by the steep decline in the country’s currency.
IRS Says Bitcoin Will Be Taxed Like Property, Not CurrencyVirtual currencies like bitcoin will be taxed like property -- not currency, the Internal Revenue Service said Tuesday. The IRS says bitcoin is not legal tender. You can't use it to pay your taxes.
Bitcoin ATM Arrives In Mountain ViewA Bitcoin ATM is set to be unveiled at a conference in Silicon Valley Thursday, the first of its kind in California for the digital currency.
U.S. Mint Experimenting With New Metals To Make Coins CheaperWhen it comes to making coins, the Mint isn’t getting its two cents worth. In some cases, it doesn’t even get half of that. A penny costs more than two cents and a nickel costs more than 11 cents to make and distribute. The quandary is how to make coins more cheaply without sparing our change’s quality and durability, or altering its size and appearance.