Chinese authorities pulled Apple iPads from shelves, because Proview Technology says it registered the name first, and while it reached an agreement with Apple in 2010, the company says it still holds the rights to use the name in mainland China.
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney made news when he disclosed he had a Swiss bank account. Many affluent Americans do. Now an AP writer has assembled a step-by-step guide on how you can do it. The hardest part may be step one, which is get a million dollars.
Greece's capital city was in flames Sunday night as thousands of Greeks rioted over proposed austerity measures. Despite the violence, Greek lawmakers signed off on the measures as part of a bailout deal to save the country from a chaotic default. European leaders now need to approve the deal.
Wyoming's decade-long economic boom has been driven by the extraction of coal and natural gas. But now there's a glut of natural gas and prices have plummeted. That is stalling the local economy and slicing state tax revenues.
Ever since Red Bull came on to the market in 1997, there's been an explosion in caffeinated energy drinks. Some are marketed as food and others as dietary supplements. But there's little guidance for the consumer on how much caffeine is in them. And beyond the word energy on the label, it's hard to tell exactly what an energy drink is.
Madison Vorva and Rhiannon Tomtishen have been honored by the United Nations with a North American Heroes award. It's given to activists who protect forests. The two girl scouts discovered some orangutan's habitat are being cleared to make palm oil, which is an ingredient in the cookies.
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