Top Stories

CCTV via CNN

Extreme volatility rocks China stocks

China stocks swung wildly on Wednesday as investors grappled with the market's latest episode of extreme volatility.

The benchmark Shanghai Composite shed 4.2 percent at the opening bell, only to recover and close with a 0.2 percent loss. The smaller…

More

WKMG-TV

Boat owners find extra cash through peer-to-peer sharing

Following the Airbnb sharing-economy model, San Francisco-based Boatbound is matching boat owners with qualified renters.

More

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

McDonald's all-day breakfast coming Oct. 6

After months of experimenting with all-day breakfast in several markets, McDonald's will make it available nationwide starting Oct. 6.

More

Andrew Burton/Getty Images

Dow falls 470 points on more China fears

Here we go again. Stocks took another nosedive Tuesday following more fears about a slowdown in China's economy.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 470 points, or 2.8%, and is 12% below the all-time high it set in May. The S&P 500 fell 3% and…

More

Google

Here's Google's new logo

Google's logo just went bigger in order to look better smaller.

More

amazon.com/gp/prime

Amazon says new Prime program will make more...

Amazon is testing a new program called Ship by Region, which will allow some merchants to choose how far their items will ship with Amazon Prime.

That means certain items will only be available for Prime's free two-day shipping in particular regions…

More

FBI

Former fed in Silk Road case stole $820,000 in bitcoins

A second former federal agent in the Silk Road case has admitted to stealing $820,000 worth of bitcoins while hunting for the Dread Pirate Roberts, federal prosecutors say.

More

Atari Image

New Mexico city finds buried treasure of Atari games

A long-buried copy of the infamous Atari game "E.T." is worth more than $1,500.

More

Ferre Dollar/CNN

Target announces another 275 layoffs

Big box retailer Target has announced 275 layoffs, most of them coming from the company's Minneapolis-based technology department.

More

Scott Olson Getty Images

August auto sales up

U.S. auto makers saw August sales that beat expectations despite a lost Labor Day weekend.

More

Most Viewed On Click2Houston

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement