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Rackspace Hosting is extending its support offerings to include DevOps tools such as Chef to help enterprises automate the management of their clouds.
By Bay City News Service BART and its two biggest labor unions will meet on Thursday to try to resolve a dispute over a contract provision that calls for employees to receive up to six weeks of paid family medical leave annually.
Fairfax-based ManTech International Corp. has hired a former senior vice president at Science Applications International Corp., according to Washington Technology.
Three Dorchester residents who rescued two drivers involved in a road traffic accident have received awards for bravery from the Queen.
Given the actor's reputation for demanding final cut and distancing himself from projects he doesn't like, it makes perfect sense that if Edward Norton is going to do a commercial, it's going to be a really good commercial.
Verizon Communications Inc told activist investors on Wednesday that it might skip a vote on a shareholder proposal that seeks details on the company's cooperation with government surveillance efforts.
U.S. wireless operators on Wednesday fought back against an accusation from the New York State attorney general that they refused to install software that would act as a "kill switch" to discourage theft of smartphones.
Mayor Sly James says three important low-income housing projects are now in question because of the Boeing deal, which benefits the eastern side of Missouri.
Is a new puppy on your wish list this Christmas? You better be prepared. The Humane Society says up to 8 million pets are abandoned in U.S. shelters each year.
Amazon.com launched its grocery delivery business, AmazonFresh, in San Francisco Wednesday as the world's largest Internet retailer expands further into the giant consumer packaged goods sector.
Curtiss-Wright forecast its earnings and revenue for 2014 in Wednesday and the guidance was within the range of analysts' estimates.
A former Fortune 500 executive who lives in New Hampshire is set to be arraigned on charges that he caused a crash that killed a Vermont couple.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse believes that 2013 was Sprint's rebuilding year, but he sees the company making a turn around by mid-2014.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission should limit the amount of spectrum that giant mobile carriers AT&T and Verizon Communications are able to buy in an auction scheduled for mid-2015, some U.S. senators said Tuesday.
Here's one of the most interesting provisions of the Volcker Rule: It seeks to hold accountable the people at the top - and by that, we mean the very top.