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Consumer reports singles out four car models as representing the worst of the lot for 2015. USAToday reports.
Taco Bell is thinking outside the bun and has begun selling a taco with a shell made from fried chicken.
"Star Wars" could add a$500 million in revenues for Disney in 2016, according to J.P. Morgan.
Researchers found security problems and design flaws in all of the cameras they tested.
7-Eleven plans to deliver packages designed for date night, hangovers and other situations, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Cheaper gas prices may have attracted more travelers this Labor Day, saving American drivers billions in the process.
Kmart pharmacists let Medicare beneficiaries use coupons for brand-name drugs rather than generics, the $1.4 M suit alleges.
Craft beer brewery Brewdog will start producing beer at a U.S. site, after announcing a £6 million ($9.17 million) mini-bond sale.
A strong first half of the year carried Lego to the top of the toymaking charts even before Star Wars Legos, FT reports.
From what he's seeing in showrooms, AutoNation's CEO says the market decline has been out of step with the economy, creating a buying opportunity.
Amazon is upping the ante in the streaming-video competition with downloadable videos.
Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman and CEO, breaks down August sales and shares his outlook on the auto industry, U.S. economy and markets.
U.S. safety regulators said that about 19 million defective Takata air bag inflators remain installed in U.S. vehicles.
Republican candidates Donald Trump and Jeb Bush have traded rhetorical punches before, but never as forcefully as they have over the past 24 hours.
CNN is amending the rules for its Sept. 16 GOP debate amid outcry that its criteria would unfairly exclude Carly Fiorina.
CBS will allow viewers to live stream two regular NFL season games on their portable devices, expanding its services to the Internet viewer base.
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.
John Goodwin, CFO at LEGO, outlines the impact of a weaker Danish Krone and the euro on its first-half results. He later discusses LEGO's new manufacturing facility in China.
Paul Bloxham, chief economist, Australia & New Zealand at HSBC, says Australia's growth remains below-trend as the country attempts an economic rebalancing act.
John Humphrey, senior vice president of Global Automotive Operations at J.D. Power and Associates, explains how U.S. auto sales may be affected if the Fed increases interest rates this year.