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A growing number of U.S. brewers are finding success experimenting shandy. But will it just be a summer fling?
EBay executives said they did not initially realize that customer data was compromised when it discovered a network breach in early May.
Amazon, under fire for energetically discouraging customers from buying books from the publisher Hachette, has abruptly escalated the battle. The NYT reports.
A lawsuit seeks to find the person who posted a negative review including the claim "the owner smokes weed," The Oregonian reports.
Pfizer's pursuit of AstraZeneca raises a huge public policy red flag, writes Andrew Ross Sorkin in the New York Times.
New York City officials have found faulty restaurant practices by trawling Yelp and finding unreported health complaints buried in reviews.
It's that time of year when Facebook invites anyone who owns their stock to quiz or holler at CEO Mark Zuckerberg himself.
The defect in the Suzuki cars is the same that led GM to announce the recall of 284,000 Chevrolet small cars globally on Wednesday.
GE has agreed to push back a deadline for Alstom's board to vote on its offer for the company's power business, at the request of the French government.
Just when you thought the pampered pet craze had gone too far, a luxury company has just come up with a new badge of excess: The pawbag.
In a series of posts on its website, McDonald's answers customers' frequently asked questions about its food in the U.S.
As the makers of Sriracha battle to stay open in California, legislators from Texas are wooing them to move to the Lone Star State—USAT.
With the Indy 500 just days away, IndyCar CEO Mark Miles talks about the company's recent changes and its financial future.
General Motors, which has already recalled almost 16 million vehicles worldwide this year, is expected to continue issuing recalls.
Facebook announced that posts from new users will only be shared with their "friends" unless they change the default settings and choose "public."
Four firms related to Hunter Wise and their management were ordered to pay more than $108 million in a fraud case it launched in 2012.
Toyota is recalling 466,000 minivans and cars globally, mostly in the United States, for possible faulty brakes and loss of a spare tire.
Amazon has emailed some customers offering them a 30-day free trial run of its $99 Fire TV box, according to a report in Engaget.
Starboard Value is launching a fight to take over the board of Darden Restaurants over the planned sale of Red Lobster.
Intel was present at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum, Russia's top business summit, despite pressure from the U.S. to veto the event.