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Tesla moved higher after its latest Model S electric car earned a perfect score of 100 at Consumer Reports. Jon Linkov, Consumer Reports managing editor.
Bimbo Bakeries, which makes Sara Lee and Nature's Harvest, is recalling bread sold in 11 states because it may contain fragments of glass.
The New York Stock Exchange invoked the largely unknown Rule 48 three times this week. Here's what the market usually does in response.
The adult entertainment industry says transgender porn has been a big seller for years, and it's getting even more popular.
Carly Fiorina is impressive in interviews and debates. Here's how she can get closer to the GOP nomination, says media strategist Mark Macias.
Apple on Thursday confirmed the date of a possible product event, which was widely reported in recent weeks.
Mike Fries, CEO of Liberty Global, and Jeff Bewkes, CEO of Time Warner, discusses the sell-off of media stocks and how to monetize content.
Rush hour congestion adds 82 hours of suffering each year to the average commute around Washington, D.C., USAT reports.
Wayback Burgers, a fast casual burger chain said on Thursday that it would gladly take McDonald's place in the burger union with Burger King.
Apple, which launched its Watch June, is within striking distance of leader Fitbit in the wearable devices market, market research firm IDC said.
Data-crunching ad agencies help candidates target the right voters in the right spaces—including your specific television set.
Walmart starts holiday layaway payment plan two weeks early.
A new version of the Tesla Model S scores Consumer Reports' highest rating ever.
IndyCar legends Mario Andretti and Roger Penske along with second-generation racer Graham Rahal offer thoughts on new auto technologies.
The defendants include BMW, Daimler's Mercedes Benz; Fiat Chrysler; Ford Motor; General Motors; and Honda.
Sinclair stations back on Dish Network as retransmission negotiations resume.
Walmart to stop selling assault rifles.
Ten automakers sued over carbon monoxide from keyless ignitions.
Tiffany & Co. posted quarter results that missed expectations Thursday, pushing shares of the jewelry retailer lower in premarket trading.
Wal-Mart is kicking off its layaway program two weeks earlier than in 2014, to coincide with a massive toy push.