Stylr is @WalmartLabs' 13th acquisition in the past three years.
U.S. and European regulators had previously cleared the deal.
Airline fares jumped by the largest amount in 15 years.
Only the South experienced greater construction activity in May.
GM increases estimate of Q2 recall costs to $700 million.
Prosecutors said the warrant is the functional equivalent of a subpoena compelling Microsoft to review its stored records, wherever they are, and produce relevant material.
Technology brings good changes and bad.
GM expects to have all 2.6 million switches made by late October.
Although not well-known in the United States, Alibaba is an e-commerce powerhouse that makes more money than Amazon.com Inc. and eBay Inc. combined.
Executives will tweak the lineup based on audience feedback in the form of "likes," repeat viewings and the amount of time people stick around.
The new venture would focus on developing the next generations of Ariane rockets and safeguarding "Europe's autonomous and reliable access to space."
Builders are the most confident they've been since January about new single-family home sales over the next six months
Domino's voice ordering tool doesn't remove all the typing.
Weatherford warned in an SEC filing in February that the new Swiss law could "affect our ability to attract and retain executives."
Led by greater production of autos, computers and furniture.
The European Union is investigating whether government loan guarantees for seven Spanish clubs violate EU competition law, designed in part to prevent businesses from enjoying unfair advantages through state intervention.
The Wii U has had a rough time in the market, but Nintendo rewarded its diehard fans this year.
Chevron Corp. says it's selling some profitable assets to focus on its global exploration and production business.
Developers weren't shy about harnessing the high-powered graphical capabilities of the latest generation of consoles to portray more realistic decapitations, dismemberments and other grisliness.
The 51-year-old Jordan became the majority owner of the Hornets (formerly the Bobcats) in 2010 when he bought out Bob Johnson's share of the team.