Portland latest city to see the beleaguered Uber suspended
Portland latest city to see the beleaguered Uber suspended December 19, 2014

Uber steps down from the first time, choosing not to fight in Portland in lieu of an effort to work with the city to find a middle ground.

Amazon launches Prime Now in NYC
Amazon launches Prime Now in NYC December 18, 2014

Amazon launches Prime Now, a service for getting your packages within an hour.

Sony tries to claw back stolen data leaked after advanced cyber-attack
Sony tries to claw back stolen data leaked after advanced cyber-attack December 17, 2014

An apparently helpless Sony has watched as some of its deepest and most damning secrets, stolen in a sophisticated hack, have been released by eager media outlets.

Barbara Walters deems George Clooney’s wife the most fascinating person of year
Barbara Walters deems George Clooney’s wife the most fascinating person of year December 15, 2014

As a lawyer, Mrs. Clooney has had incredible success, representing big name clients including the former prime minister of the Ukraine and WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange.

Uber adds $1.2 billion in latest financing round
Uber adds $1.2 billion in latest financing round December 05, 2014

Uber continues to collect massive amounts of profit despite criticisms.

New job surge largest since 1999: Good or bad thing?
New job surge largest since 1999: Good or bad thing? December 05, 2014

Largest job surge in over a decade answers prayers for some, and raises questions for others.

Black Friday weekend sales slide 11 percent from last year
Black Friday weekend sales slide 11 percent from last year December 01, 2014

Black Friday sales slide 11 percent.

Postal Service to start delivering groceries
Postal Service to start delivering groceries October 25, 2014

The test, which was approved last week, could be expanded to other cities.

Bezos’ shine fades as Amazon pummeled by investors
Bezos’ shine fades as Amazon pummeled by investors October 25, 2014

Shares have dropped 28 percent since the beginning of the year.

Typical American worker has saved just $20,000 for retirement, survey finds
Typical American worker has saved just $20,000 for retirement, survey finds October 24, 2014

About 61 percent said they weren’t really sacrificing to fill their retirement accounts.