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President Obama gave the clearest indication yet that Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke won't serve again after his term ends in January.
During Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's whirlwind Asia tour, he stopped by the offices of Samsung this week for a quick meeting with the company's president, Shin Jong Kyun.
In the first shareholder meeting since the company went public, Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg was faced with a onslaught of questions about the stock's share price.
Despite happy talk about doing what's best for America, Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg and the cadre of other Silicon Valley titans helping with his new lobbying organization FWD.us are looking out for their own self-interest, just like every previous political action committee or billionaires' club.
Sen. Jeff Sessions poked fun at the notion that Sen. Marco Rubio could be publicly saying the Senate immigration bill needs stronger security provisions, while saying in TV ads that the bill has the best border security provisions in history.
Some don't like talking about it because it's political, but the shift in wealth inequality is one of the most important economic stories of the last 20 years.
CNN asked readers to vote on the stories columnist John D. Sutter will cover as part of his Change the List project.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye, left, met with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the presidential house in Seoul Tuesday.
You've seen them on television and heard them on the radio, those commercials boasting that 'conservatives' like Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan are working to make sure we have a tough, enforceable immigration system that closes our borders and makes all those illegals go to the back of the line to await possible future citizenship.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a "fireside chat" at a conference organized by technology blog TechCrunch in San Francisco, Tuesday, Sept.
For the first time since going public last year, Facebook Inc held an annual shareholders meeting to discuss the future of the company with its rather angry shareholders.
Apple, joining Facebook and Microsoft, says it received customer data requests from the U.S. government, but only just learned of the PRISM surveillance program.
"A small team has been working on a big idea," says an invite from the social network, with a tech blog suggesting it may launch a news aggregation service.
A first-of-its-kind boot camp for aspiring tech entrepreneurs, being held at one of Indianapolis' oddest mansions, finds the campers milling by the swimming pool among life-sized concrete statues.
Two groups joined together to begin airing television ads in New Hampshire backing immigration overhaul legislation making its way through the Senate.