The founder of British online fashion retailer Asos is stepping down as chief executive after 15 years that have seen the firm transformed from an internet minnow to a retail powerhouse.» Read More
Xiaomi's Hugo Barra explains what Xiaomi needs to do in order to grow its footprint in the Americas.
Fiat Chrysler's June auto sales rose 8 percent, boosted by Jeep, to top Ford for the first time. GM slipped 3 percent.
Think Obama's new overtime policy will help your paycheck? You may be wrong, the Fiscal Times reports.
Sony has launched a crowdfunding site to finance employees' ideas, in a bid to bring back innovation to the Japanese electronics giant.
Japan has reportedly announced its commitment to embrace the concept of home sharing as the country gets set to host the 2020 Olympics.
With Puerto Rico saying it can't pay its $72 billion debt, bond investors worry whether bond insurers can cover a looming default.
Uber told investors it is generating $470 million in operating losses on $415 million in revenue, Bloomberg reported.
Everything has to go right for Chris Christie to be a contender. But with a packed GOP race, anything can happen, Politico's Ben White says.
OPM will temporarily suspend a program it uses to complete background investigations, following a data breach.
Solid job growth is finally boosting paychecks for the rest of us.
President Obama will announce a sweeping change to the nation's overtime pay law, expanding the number of people who will qualify for increased pay.
Former ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet doesn't foresee a euro collapse despite big swings after failed Greek deal talks.
Men are more likely to work longer hours at work, but women are more likely to complain about it. Check out this survey.
As consumer trends have shifted, Nestle's Paul Bulcke said the company plans to win them back with a simple plan.
Potter fans, get your wands and capes at the ready. A Harry Potter play will makes its debut at London’s West End, in the summer of 2016.
Disney announced a boost in dividends to its stock and agreed to pay it more frequently, USA Today reports.
It's no secret that the UK are known for being “polite.” New research suggests though that bosses behaving too nicely could cost their company money.
U.S. giants Google and GE are clocking the most corporate face time with Europe's top officials, a report by Transparency International has revealed.
Data from NPD Group show how iOS users are 50 percent more likely than Android users to go for liquid lunches.
Companies in emerging markets are pushing established multinational firms (MNCs) out of key industries, fresh data show.