Bitcoin Blockchain Contains Child Porn And Using It Could Be Illegal, Study SaysResearchers claim that Bitcoin's blockchain contains child pornography, which could make using it a crime.
United Suspends Pet Cargo FlightsUnited Airlines will stop accepting new reservations for its PetSafe program, though it will honor any reservations made through March 20, the airline said. Passengers can still carry small pets with them in carry-on luggage.
Uber's Self-Driving Car Death: What You Need To KnowA self-driving Uber SUV struck and killed a pedestrian on a street Sunday in Tempe, Arizona. It's believed to be the first fatality involving a fully autonomous car.
Ferro's Tumultuous Run As Tronc Chairman Comes To An End With Retirement AnnouncementMichael Ferro, the highly controversial chairman of the newspaper publisher Tronc, is stepping down after just two years on the job. And some journalists at Tronc's papers are saying good riddance.
Your Toys 'R' Us Closing Questions AnsweredA favorite shopping destination is closing its doors, and Toys "R" Us shoppers are wondering exactly how it will affect them.
Caterpillar Could Close LaGrange Factory, Cutting 600 JobsThe company said it might be "transitioning" its rail manufacturing in La Grange, Illinois, to facilities in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, as well as "outside suppliers."
Gotham Greens Breaks Ground On Second Pullman GreenhouseA New York-based produce company has started construction on what will be the city's largest agricultural greenhouse, at nearly double the size of their current urban farm in Pullman.
Against All Odds: Sears Posts A Small ProfitThe company posted its first quarterly operating profit in three years on Wednesday, and announced that it landed new financing that will help it stay afloat.
Toys 'R' Us Could Go Out Of Business Next Week. That's Bad News For Lego And BarbieBankrupt retailer Toys "R" Us may shut all its U.S. stores as soon as next week, according to several reports.
AT&T Cuts Ribbon On New Call Center In Horner ParkThe telecommunications giant already has hired 300 people, and plans to hire 200 more by the end of the year.
'The Loop' Classic Rock Radio Sold To Christian Broadcaster For $21.5MPossibly within days, the Loop will be broadcasting contemporary Christian music instead of classic rock.
McDonald's Begins Rolling Out Fresh Beef In Some Quarter PoundersMcDonald's is offering fresh beef rather than frozen patties in some burgers at thousands of restaurants, a switch it first announced about a year ago as it works to appeal to customers who want fresher foods.