Gaming is moving beyond the living room and into movie theaters, with promoters hoping to expand big-screen play nationwide. For participants, it's a chance to socialize while doing what they love.
What do Ford, Netscape and Apple all have in common? Marli Guzzetti of Inc. Magazine tells NPR's Arun Rath they all count as examples of initial public offerings that helped change America.
Ellen Pao stepped down Friday amid criticism following the company's dismissal of a popular employee. The challenge head will be keeping Reddit an open and vital community — and a profitable one.
Athens require 25 billion euros simply to prop up the banking system, which saw ordinary Greeks withdrawing their euros as the financial crisis deepened.
Prices for raw materials, such as iron ore, copper and oil, are down dramatically from last year. The price plunge helps contain inflation for consumers, but is tough on mining and drilling companies.
Pao has been at the center of a controversy following the still-unexplained dismissal of a popular figure in the site's r/IAmA section. She is being replaced by Steve Huffman, the site's original CEO.
Executives at JBS, the world's largest meat producer, know consumers want to know more about how their food is sourced. But the very nature of their business is grisly and sometimes unpalatable.
The International Energy Agency, in its latest forecast, says demand will continue to wane well into next year, but that a "rebalance" of the market will eventually stabilize prices.
In a meeting with the ruling coalition in Athens, Alexis Tsipras said Greeks had given him a mandate to get a better deal not bow out of the eurozone.
The Army is preparing to cut 40,000 soldiers as part of defense spending cuts. We visit Hinesville, Georgia, which depends heavily on nearby Fort Stewart, one of the places to be scaled back.
Greeks who want their country to continue using the euro held a rally in Athens Thursday. Many see it as a last-ditch attempt to pressure the government to reach an agreement with its lenders.
IBM has overcome a hurdle by producing a prototype chip with transistors that are 7 nanometers wide, or about 1/10,000th the width of a human hair. The smallest transistors in use are twice as big.
For some perspective on the economic woes of Greece and China, Renee Montagne talks to David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center on Fiscal & Monetary Policy at the Brookings Institution.
Chicago is taxing data and digital content that includes services such as Netflix, and Spotify. It's drawing anger from some businesses that argue they were blindsided by the 9 percent "cloud tax."
Internal audits, never before made public, provide striking evidence of billing mistakes in Medicare Advantage health plans. The Center for Public Integrity filed suit to obtain the records.
Around the world, new albums will now be released on Fridays. While the change is meant to help keep music from leaking early online, it could create some new headaches for music sellers.
The New York Stock Exchange opened normally Thursday, after computer problems forced the exchange to shut down for much of the day on Wednesday.
As Greeks argue about how their troubled country should reform, the debate has often turned personal and nationalistic. Some people are even accusing each other of treason.
An update to the exchange's trading system on Tuesday night didn't go as planned the next morning.
In a post on the site, r/IAmA's Victoria Taylor thanked supporters. Her dismissal this month prompted an insurrection in which moderators shut down many of the site's most popular sections.