One Massachusetts man is getting billed $49,000 by a towing company after getting his Jeep pulled out of a mud pool.
Applebee's will pay a prep cook who didn't receiver checks for a year.
Goldman Sachs is expected to face a $50 million fine over a former bank employee's misuse of confidential information.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is on board with Facebook at Work, as the tech giant pushes its new workplace product into offices.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports that shares of Valeant Pharmaceuticals are bouncing back after tumbling more than 30 percent this week.
Valeant has a conference call scheduled for Monday morning. CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the stock is rallying ahead of the call.
Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller said on Tuesday the automaker will need "massive" cost savings to overcome the consequences of the emissions scandal.
Two major fantasy companies were forced to release statements defending their businesses' integrity after what amounted to allegations of insider trading, that employees were placing bets using information not available to the public.
Volkswagen's supervisory board will hold an extraordinary meeting on Wednesday at which finance chief Hans Dieter Poetsch is expected to be appointed as new head of the 20-member controlling panel.
Volkwagen's top U.S. executive will testify on October 8 before a U.S. congressional oversight panel about the German automaker's emissions cheating scandal.
Facebook identified a post that warns users it will institute a fee to keep profiles private as a hoax.
Unions filed a labor board complaint against Wal-Mart saying the retailer discriminated against activist workers.
The Department of Justice implements a new policy to crack down on white-collar crime after years of criticism.
McDonald's transitioning to cage-free eggs in the U.S. and Canada.
United Continental CEO Jeff Smisek resigns amid federal corruption probe.
Costco violated federal trademark laws by selling non-authentic Tiffany engagement rings.
The United Auto Workers union must choose a new negotiating partner
Obama expands sick leave for federal contractors
Former Subway franchisee says chain was alerted about Fogle in 2008.
NLRB rules parent companies are responsible for contract and franchise workers.