July 16 (UPI) -- Controversial billionaire Elon Musk admitted Saturday that his microblogging platform Twitter has experienced a roughly 50% drop in revenue and has a "heavy...
Tech giant Google announced Tuesday that its self-driving vehicle unit will now be developed under a separate independent company called Waymo.
The number of unemployment claims filed in Utah in the last two weeks is almost equal to the claims filed in all 52 weeks of 2019.
A Virginia man who shares a name with British retailer John Lewis received gifts from the store after cleverly redirecting tweets mistakenly sent to him.
The winner of a make-up artist contest said she was disqualified after the contest promoter found out she is a supporter of President Donald Trump.
One hundred sixty Utahns will be losing their jobs in 2017 as the retail giant Macy's has announced the shuttering of 68 outlets across the U.S., including two stores in the Beehive State.
Sparton Corporation and Ultra Electronics Holdings are to receive $30.3 million subcontracts for the manufacture of sonobuoys for the U.S. Navy.
Executive orders signed Tuesday by U.S. President Donald Trump could clear the way for two of the most controversial pipelines in the industry's history.
The U.S. Treasury on Thursday revised sanctions on Russia imposed by former President Barack Obama five weeks ago that banned cybersecurity sales to Russia's Federal Security Service -- the agency that supposedly meddled in the American presidential election with a series of Internet hackings.
The U.S. Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly confirmed Linda McMahon, a former World Wrestling Entertainment executive to lead the Small Business Administration.
Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski on Friday morning announced a revised plan for new homeless centers.
Germany's Rheinmetall on Monday announced it will provide the U.S. Air Force with ammunition for F-35 fighters starting in December.
Crude oil prices continued to inch back Thursday toward its narrow band for the year to rally after a U.S. rate hike and signs of easing supply-side strains.
William Gross, the man who co-founded Pacific Investment Management Company decades ago, reached an agreement with the firm on Monday to dismiss a $200 million civil suit.