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Darden Restaurants said it intends to separate part of its real estate assets into a REIT as part of a plan to pay down about $1 billion of debt.
A new study says the current run of auto sales will continue through next year before finally pulling back.
Gangi, a town in Sicily, is giving away older homes for free, but requiring the new to owner renovate the building, NYT reports.
Several of Niagara Bottling's water products have been recalled due to E. coli contamination, reports NBC 4 New York.
Teen retailers are taking a more aggressive stance on the back-to-school season.
People have pretty much stopped watching commercials and instead just switch to their smartphone, according to new data.
Despite contending with drought, bird flu and flooding in the last year, agribusiness giant Cargill is seen weathering the storm.
What business is Uber really in? Lawyer Dan Eaton gets to the heart of the Uber-driver-as-employee ruling.
Ed Lee, Re/code managing editor calls Taylor Swift "Queen of music," after the 25-year old said in a blog post about Apple, "We don't ask you for free iPhones. Please don't ask us to provide you with our music for no compensation."
The two escaped murderers from an upstate New York prison are still on the loose, but interest in the story has died down.
Think shoppers forget retail data breaches? Nope. Consultant Brett Conradt busts 5 myths about retail hacks.
Fans of cult 90’s game show The Crystal Maze have helped a crowdfunding campaign for a live version raise £500,000 ($792,850).
As Apple Watch sales ramp up and Fitbit's IPO generates buzz, Pebble has a trick up its sleeve. Its new watch is now selling at Bestbuy.com.
Sequential Brands to buy Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia for $6.15/share in cash and stock.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the strong showing of Pixar's "inside Out" this weekend.
What was supposed to be a quick bathroom break ended up changing Jennifer Daniel's life forever, the Today Show reports.
Those who like to indulge in a good omelet or quiche at the local cafe should prepare to pay a little more—if it's even on the menu.
David Bank, RBC Capital Markets, discusses how Pixar's "Inside Out" will likely impact the company's bottom line, and weighs in on "Jurassic World's" $102 million weekend.
As U.S. auto sales have surged to a near-record level, critics have suggested the boom is being fueled by sales to subprime buyers.
Robert Tomei, chairman and founder of Advanced Capital, says Netflix can circumvent its pricing power challenges by focusing on scale.