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Increasingly, buyers are coming into showrooms because they want to—not just because they need to replace their current model.
There will likely be more food industry mergers in the months ahead, analysts say. Here's why.
Disney's Maker Studios plans to lay off about 10 percent of the workforce, Variety reports.
By 2035, three out of four vehicles sold around the world will have autonomous technology, according to Ernst & Young.
Nielsen, which started tracking TV-Twitter activity this past fall, released analysis of the September-May broadcast season.
Former U.S. Attorney Anton Valukas is expected to deliver the results of his independent investigation to GM's CEO and board.
Michelle Obama's wardrobe includes top designers' gowns that can run into five figures. Who foots the bill?
Americans are more comfortable taking on debt, with auto buyers borrowing a record amount in the first quarter with the average monthly high of $474.
Two companies believe roadways could also become energy sources, and are thinking up ways to make the concept a reality.
Eating out and visible guns don't mix. That's the message two more restaurant chains delivered Friday following open-carry events at their locations.
States are passing laws allowing driverless cars, but they are finding it's not easy.
FTC officials, in blog post, say an abundance of competition means consumers unlikely to be harmed by Men's Wearhouse-Jos. A. Bank tie-up.
The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid became the latest among a growing list to take a hit for what some call misleading mileage claims.
As Dairy Queen opens its first location in Manhattan, we put it up against a big-city favorite for a blind taste test.
In cities where the minimum wage has gone up considerably, one fast food CEO said 'franchisees are closing locations.'
Some Americans hitting the roads for summer vacation may take advantage of new gadgets that could make their trips a little bit easier.
Thai anti-coup protesters have tacked the golden arches on signs and McDonald's could take action if they don't stop. NBC News reports.
"Thank you so much," the former "Reading Rainbow" host said. "This is going to enable us to really, really, really do a lot of good."
Wal-Mart fired back at a prominent proxy advisory firm that critiqued the company's executive pay plan and how it's handled a bribery probe.
Lena Tan, Non-Executive Director at 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings, calls the firm's trading debut a success and discusses the obstacles it faced ahead of the listing.