Death investigation underway in Allentown

Officials identify man found dead in Allentown

A joint investigation is underway in Allentown between the police and fire departments, after a man was found dead inside of his home Monday morning.

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Snapchat could soon be worth more than $20 billion

Snapchat could be soon be valued at north of $20 billion. That is, if investors bite.

Snapchat looks to be seeking at least $200 million in new funding, according to a filing…

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CEO: Hackers could bring down the banks

The head of the network that connects the world's banks has issued a warning: Hackers will strike again, and they could bring down a bank.

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Marissa Mayer's security cost Yahoo $500,000

Yahoo dramatically beefed up Marissa Mayer's security detail after she and her family have faced a "credible" threat to their safety.

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Doctor uses iPad to conduct surgery

In countries ravaged by conflict, providing international medical expertise on the ground can be almost impossible.

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Nasdaq rejects pot startup MassRoots

MassRoots, a social networking platform for cannabis users, said Tuesday that Nasdaq has rejected its request to trade shares on the exchange.

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Toyota adds 1.6 million cars to airbag recall

Toyota is recalling 1.6 million additional vehicles over concerns with airbag inflaters from the Japanese parts manufacturer Takata.

According to several news services, the…

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Millionaires: Success due to hard work, family values

Most high net worth Americans say they worked their way up from a lower class.

That's according to a report released by U.S. Trust on Monday, based on a survey that asked 684…

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World's top insurer ditches $2 billion tobacco investment

The world's largest insurer is ditching tobacco assets worth $2 billion, saying it can't continue to invest in an industry that kills six million people per year.

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