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Catholics are reacting online to the grand jury report this week revealing widespread sexual abuse of children by priests in Pennsylvania.
The ride-hailing company also recorded $891 million in losses, as it tries to push into new technologies like self-driving cars, and markets such as India.
Friday's verdict in a California case involving a school groundskeeper who blames Roundup for his lymphoma is just the first in what could be a long legal battle over the...
Facebook, Apple, Pinterest, YouTube and others have banned conspiracy theorist Alex Jones from using their platforms. But Jones remains on Twitter.
The latest deployment for a small team from Hanscom Air Force Base is a coworking space near North Station, where airmen are building apps alongside entrepreneurs.
Several measures that passed the legislature in the last-minute rush remain in a sort of legislative limbo — with no clear indication what might happen next.
Bird has defied the city's order to suspend operations, but some of the scooters it advertises in Cambridge do not exist.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with WBUR business reporter Callum Borchers about the electric car maker's options.
You may not realize this, but when you get that financial aid letter from a college, nothing is set in stone.
In her latest column, tech journalist Kara Swisher called Facebook and other Silicon Valley giants "digital arms dealers."
When people decide to look past that shiny new car on the dealership lot in favor of a used one, most find themselves in over their heads.
This question is at issue now in a lawsuit in San Francisco Superior Court.
The company removed 32 accounts or pages this week because they were believed to be part of a Russia-linked political influence campaign.
The Department of Public works began impounding Bird scooters even before Friday’s deadline for the company to suspend service — suggesting the city is prepared to play hardball with the...
Flouting regulators can be risky, but it is a business strategy that has worked for other startups.
The MassDOT review raises the prospect that Bird's scooters could be deemed illegal throughout the state, which would deal a major blow to a company that has raised $415 million...
The app started with one goal: help right the wrongs of injustice experienced by indigenous people of North America.
A new STAT report reveals IBM's supercomputer, Watson, often provided "unsafe and incorrect treatment recommendations" for cancer.
"The horse is out of the barn and the barn is gone," MIT professor Neil Gershenfeld says of trying to control access to 3D-printed gun information.
Apple's earnings from its last quarter show the company inching toward a $1 trillion market value.