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Toyota Motor on Wednesday issued a recall for all 1.9 million of the third-generation Prius cars sold worldwide, due to a programming glitch.
Sony is in talks with Apple to double its supply of camera components for a new iPhone slated to roll out as early as next year, the Nikkei reported.
The deal to track user responses to advertising campaigns could both attract and discourage marketers.
TrackingPoint, which says its system can turn any rookie into a crack marksman, also wants to apply the technology beyond firearms.
U.S. wholesale inventories rose less than expected in December, suggesting a moderation in the pace of stock accumulation.
Lululemon shares have fallen to their lowest earnings multiple since 2009. The company's best move may be a share buyback.
House Republican leaders will seek to make an extension of the debt limit conditional on the repeal of a planned cut in military pension benefits.
McDonald's CEO vowed to "create more of a coffee culture through high-quality McCafe products," as well as to double-down on breakfast to boost sales.
Virgin Atlantic has launched a pilot scheme involving wearable technology to speed up the check-in process.
Optimism among owners of small business in the U.S. crept higher in January, continuing a trend, amid hopes for higher sales.
After Facebook's best quarterly results ever — surpassing expectations and sending the stock soaring — COO Sheryl Sandberg sat down for an interview.
L'Oreal will buy 8 percent of its shares from Swiss consumer goods group Nestle, boosting its earnings per share by more than 5 percent.
Many companies are now choosing to file IPOs confidentially. Yet some question whether such filings benefit investors or just the companies. NYT reports.
A parody of Starbucks called Dumb Starbucks gave away free coffee this weekend in Los Angeles. USA Today reports.
The mother of one of two "distressed babies" cited by AOL chief executive Tim Armstrong, said that the policy shift was "completely dehumanizing."
The CBO talked about 2.5 million jobs lost from the Affordable Care Act. That's not quite right and misses the real silver lining, says Jack Ablin.
The Quantum Endowment fund was named the world's most successful hedge fund, after it gained $5.5 billion in 2013.
The developer of "Flappy Bird" took the game down at midnight on Sunday as he announced he would do 22 hours earlier.
UK bank launches investigation after newspaper reveals that the personal details of 27,000 customers had been stolen and sold.
Toyota is close to a deal to pay $1 billion to settle a U.S. criminal investigation into how it disclosed customers' complaints.