Amazon's plan to address theft of packages left on shoppers' doorsteps is a new smart lock system. Customers could remotely control access to their homes for deliveries and other professional services.
Mayor Sadiq Khan warns that international companies will follow through on their promises to take their business elsewhere if a Brexit transition deal is not agreed to soon.
A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer tries to capture a crocodile Nov. 20 on Hollywood Beach, Fla. After several attempts, the crocodile was caught unharmed. The American crocodile has federal protection as a threatened species and is likely to be relocated to its natural habitat.
In reaction to anti-immigration sentiment in the US, some tech giants are setting up operations in Mexico, hoping to retain and attract foreign tech talent.
President Trump proposes double the standard deduction for mortgages but only if homeowners don't take itemized deductions. Only homes worth $801,000 or more would qualify for the deduction. Those who do itemize, could end up paying more taxes.
University of Chicago professor Richard Thaler won Nobel Prize for documenting the way people’s behavior doesn’t conform to economic models. Mr. Thaler's work has helped change how economists look at trends.
While 75 percent of the world is experiencing an economic upswing, many are still suffering. Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, posed three suggestions to bridge inequality in an address at Harvard University.
Amazon is the latest multinational corporation to come under EU's crackdown on tax loopholes. The EU says that Amazon has avoided paying nearly three quarters of the taxes it should have paid to Luxembourg.
The US International Trade Commission is hearing proposals from US based solar companies that would like tariffs imposed on foreign panel makers. While the cheaper foreign panels have benefited customers, the low prices have hit domestic solar manufacturers hard.