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Colorado chancellor suspended for 10 days for not telling authorities of allegations of domestic violence by assistant coach. Athletics director, head coach ordered to each pay $100,000.
A wildly popular Chinese news app is fast becoming one of the world's hottest upstarts.
Israeli researchers have warned of the “chilling effect” of a proposed ban on academics expressing political opinions.
A US appeals court has upheld a decision blocking President Trump's revised "travel ban" on people from six mainly Muslim nations.
Earlier this year, Hilton trumpeted the arrival of its latest hotel brand, one comprised of unique properties with especially close ties to the communities in which they are located — the foundation for a sustainable relationship.
New Facebook features intended for developers could, if expanded, turn the social networking site into an online learning platform.
Two teams made up of well-known Greater Hartford companies, colleges, nonprofits and other institutions last week aired plans to invest millions of dollars in new economic development initiatives with the hopes of winning matching funds from the state's Innovation Places competition.
In the fiercely competitive bike share market, a new player is hoping a bold color choice will help it stand out.
Google is ditching one of its highest-profile robotics businesses, selling it off to a Japanese tech giant.