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Ford's U.S. workers narrowly approved a four-year labor contract on Friday, after a late push for support by United Auto Workers leaders.
CNBC's Jim Cramer lauds one company for consistently making money for its investors.
Breaking up with someone has rarely been easy, especially if you're closely connected to the other person on social media.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discusses the likely outcome if UnitedHealth were to exit health-care exchanges set up by Obamacare.
Match Group Chairman Gregory Blatt condemned a not-so-flattering article about Tinder CEO Sean Rad.
Retail and luxury consumer goods have been in focus following the terror attacks in Paris last week, with analysts predicting a dent in demand.
A 1,111 carat gem quality diamond has been discovered in the Karowe mine in Botswana, Lucara Diamond Corp., Canadian diamond producer revealed.
Australia has blocked the sale of the country's largest landowner, private farming group S. Kidman and Co, to foreign investors.
Volkswagen said 120,000 owners of its rule-breaking diesel cars had accepted $500 gift cards and $500 toward vehicle repairs.
European equities closed mixed Wednesday as further security scares after the Paris attacks last Friday weighed on investor confidence.
Customers of Starwood Hotels & Resorts are about Marriott International acquiring the hotel company, reports the NYT
ConAgra Foods said it would separate into two public companies, one to focus on its consumer brands and the other on its frozen potato business.
As governments prepare for the COP21 climate change forum, warnings on how global warming could hit businesses and investors are increasing.
Taxi owners and lenders on Tuesday sued New York City and its Taxi and Limousine Commission, saying Uber was destroying their businesses.
The boss of Snapdeal is confident that his firm can become the market leader in India's rapidly-growing e-commerce market by the end of this fiscal year through March.
Embattled Volkswagen has revealed the production version of its new Beetle, a “more rugged” edition of the automaker’s world famous road vehicle.
Home Depot delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations, helped by strong demand from professional contractors and builders.
Cable TV company acquires UK telecoms group with operations in the Caribbean, for stock and a special dividend worth $5.3 billion.
German antitrust authorities are investigating Amazon and Apple for an agreement about selling audiobooks, the FT reports.
Ikea is in talks to take over part of BHS' Oxford Street store as it looks to open its first outlet on one of London's prime locations, the FT reports.