Brands are going to have to be more inclusive as younger generations become open to interracial and LGBT families.
Credit Suisse revealed on Monday that it is lowering its forecasts Chipotle, citing the fast-casual chain's heavy marketing campaigns in its decision.
HomeTown Buffet and several affiliated buffet chains on Monday filed for its third Chapter 11 bankruptcy in eight years, according to court documents.
Shervin Pishevar, co-founder and chairman of Hyperloop, says the technology is ready.
The average price of gasoline has jumped by 7 cents over the past two weeks, to $1.84 a gallon.
A star-studded guest list included actor Michael Caine, rockstar Bob Geldof, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and British Justice Secretary Michael Gove.
Production for the latest Ford Mustang has been pushed up two years, reports Mashable.
Classic cars were the best-performing collectible investment in 2015, easily racing past art, wine, diamonds and other big-ticket assets.
Cadillac's newest ad campaign features spokespeople between 15 to 25 in order to make the brand more youthful.
The U.S. is investigating complaints that the brakes can fail on Ford's F-150 pickup truck, one of the most popular vehicles in the nation.
Playboy's non-nude issue has lead to more ad pages and more placement on newsstands. Can it revitalize circulation numbers?
San Francisco owes $6.1 million to drivers because of overpayment and duplicate payments between 1995 and 2012, including the late Steve Jobs.
Sales of print and digital books are struggling, despite World Book Day. However, one area is bucking the trend: Audio books.
Volkswagen will pay employees a bonus for 2015, despite the scandal over defeat devices.
Bank of America is making a big push into auto lending just as regulators are sending warning signals as losses from auto loans are rising.
In just eight days, Starbucks' brand perception levels have dropped by 50 percent, following an overhaul of the coffee shop's loyalty program.
Shares of Tesla Motors will have a hard time going higher because of this, Citron's Andrew Left says.
Americans are setting a record when it comes to how they're paying for their new vehicles.
Analysts are divided over whether Abercrombie's quarterly results signal long-term momentum for the retailer.
Many retailers were able to clear through excess fall and winter inventory, positioning them for a more profitable spring.
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