It happens every time.Oil prices fall and the industry turns cannibal: big energy companies hunt out bargains among overstretched producers and promising explorers. It's the season
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TAU researcher's new method uncovers half-million ton mineral deposit in rough mountain terrain
Fifty airlines throughout the world collected $22.6 billion from bag fees and other extra passenger charges last year, according to a study released Monday.
On a soggy Sunday in May, some 6,000 residents of the Swiss canton of Glarus gathered in a public square to have their say on whether to raise the local transport budget,
Trillions in Gold Beneath Ocean Spurs Modern Gold Rush -Miners have almost exhausted all land-based gold riches. It has become much harder to find, extract, and process and the likelihood of stumbling upon a nugget on the ground is practically zilch.
The country’s two largest teachers' unions -- the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers -- spent a combined $330 million in the past five years on outside causes, political campaigns, lobbying and issue education, the Wall Street Journal reports.
City officials in San Francisco plan to block local government agencies from buying new Apple Macintosh computers.
Airbus and Boeing head into next week's Farnborough Airshow locked in their fiercest market share battle for up to a decade, slashing prices to win key orders for their...
Libyans hope to move beyond the civil war that ended Moammar Kadafi's 42-year repressive rule. Yet distrust and tension hang over the country. 'We need law here,' one voter says.
There have been an average of 52 job applications for every UK graduate position this year - an 11% increase on last year, a study says.