By Elizabeth Daley
Family Dollar Stores Inc (FDO.N), seeking to reverse declining sales and profit, said on Thursday it would it would cut jobs, shut hundreds of underperforming stores and slash prices.
By Lawrence Hurley
By Bill Trott
By Swati Pandey and Niluksi Koswanage
(Reuters) - James Rebhorn, the tall, lanky character actor who appeared in dozens of movies and television shows, including the Showtime political thriller "Homeland," has died at 65, according to media reports on Sunday.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -- Voice-controlled smartwatches that track heart rates and connect to phones and tablets will debut later this year as Google Inc partners with electronics, technology and fashion companies to take consumers to the next promised frontier in computing.
By Jon Herskovitz
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired at least 20 rockets into Israel on Wednesday, the Israeli military said, in the heaviest such barrage in two years.
By Frank Pingue
By Soham Chatterjee and Saqib Iqbal Ahmed
NEW YORK (Reuters) - More test-tube babies were born in the United States in 2012 than ever before, and they constituted a higher percentage of total births than at any time since the technology was introduced in the 1980s, according to a report released on Monday.
By Liana B. Baker
By Eric M. Johnson
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By Bill Rigby
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