The Alibaba Group, the world's biggest e-commerce company, was fined €2.3 billion by Chinese regulators on Saturday for anti-competitive tactics.
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DMX died in New York State on Friday of what the hospital said was a catastrophic cardiac arrest.
Amazon warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama, overwhelmingly voted against joining the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union.
After the woman was free of the virus, her lungs were no longer functional or treatable, and the only option for her to live was to receive a lung transplant.
Egyptian archeologists have unearthed a three thousand year-old lost city complete with mud brick houses, artifacts and tools from the times of the pharaohs.
The group, based in villages on the island of Tanna in the former Anglo-French colony, revered Philip and believed him to be a reincarnation of an ancient warrior who left the island to fight a war.
Iran has unveiled the country's newest advanced nuclear centrifuge in a ceremony to mark the National Nuclear Technology Day.
Italian prosecutor tells court there is no reason to put the right-wing leader, Matteo Salvini, on trial for alleged kidnapping
After a lull in fighting since last July, the last few weeks have seen an outbreak of violence along the ceasefire line separating the breakaway regions of eastern Ukraine with the rest of the country… prompting Moscow to start massing troops along Ukraine’s border. Is it a prelude to war? Not likely. Here’s what happens…