This story probably wouldn’t have become that big if it wasn’t for a blue 1992 Viper with VIN #4 being part of the demolition.
Keeping a promise it made back in 2012, Honda has brought back the Civic Type R in a concept they call “a racing car for the road.”
Staples Inc said it would close up to 225 stores in the United States and Canada - 12 percent of its North America outlets - and forecast another quarter of sales decline as it loses customers to mass market chains and e-retailers.
The pizza chain Sbarro LLC has filed for bankruptcy protection for the second time in three years after struggling with too much debt and changing consumer tastes that led to fewer customers in the malls that house many of its restaurants.
Mt. Gox, once the world's largest bitcoin exchange, filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection in Dallas late Sunday, a move that will temporarily halt U.S. legal action against the Japanese company.
Samsung Electronics Co's Galaxy S5 smartphone could get off to a slow start in South Korea as the flagship's launch next month will coincide with a 45-day ban on local carriers selling phones, analysts said.
I remember getting our first VCR in 1984 and the first VHS tape for it: Raiders of the Lost Ark. Today, it is still one of my favourite films and I remember quite clearly hooking up the VCR to the television with the included coaxial cable.
A week after the collapse of Mt. Gox, Japan is still struggling to craft a response to the bitcoin phenomenon, saying the crypto-currency is not legal tender, though it might be taxable and subject to money-laundering controls.
The Canadian economy unexpectedly lost 7,000 jobs in February, giving little reason for the Bank of Canada to change its neutral stance on interest rates after strong hiring in January had raised hopes of renewed vigor in the labor market.