International Business Machines News
Retailers and insurers get taxed more, tech less
A look at which major U.S. companies pay the most tax and which pay the least
Deaf man sues lawyer for sign language miscommunication
A former IBM employee who is deaf says a sign language miscommunication with his lawyer caused him to accept a lowball offer in an earlier discrimination lawsuit
Bill O'Reilly out at Fox News Channel after 20 years NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News Channel's parent company issued a statement Wednesday that Bill O'Reilly won't be coming back to the network. Cable news' most popular personality has been the subject of an advertiser boycott since a report earlier this
Morgan Stanley and Intuitive Surgical climb; IBM sinks
Morgan Stanley and Intuitive Surgical trade higher on Wall Street while IBM and Textron stumble
Markets Right Now: An early gain gone, stocks end lower
Stocks gave up an early gain and closed mostly lower after a sharp drop in the price of crude oil dragged energy companies down
AP Explains: Behind the visa program targeted by Trump
President Donald Trump is expected to target a visa program cherished by tech companies for bringing in programmers and other specialized workers from other countries
Will Trump administration work for women's issues with Ivanka Trump in the White House?
"The View" co-hosts discuss women working in Donald Trump's administration, including Ivanka Trump in her new official position.
Powdery snow piling up in Hartford, Connecticut
ABC News' Adrienne Bankert reports one estimate shows snow falling at a rate of 3 to 4 inches per hour in Hartford.
Planet Football: Top countries where the sport is thriving
The NFL's International Series shifts to Mexico City this week, and coverage will focus on the enormous support from local fans. Estadio Azteca will be sold out on Monday night as the? Houston Texans and Oakland Raiders ?face off, a confirmation of the continued interest in American football
VP Joe Biden on Initiative to Cure Cancer, Late Son Beau's Family
"The View" co-hosts and Vice President Joe Biden discuss a subject close to his heart.