Takata’s airbags are now at the center of the auto industry’s biggest recall, The New York Times reports.
The colonel's secret recipe revealed? Not so fast, says KFC.
Google's self-driving car project took a step closer to market with the hire of a top executive from Airbnb.
Snapchat announced a partnership with the NFL on a sponsored lens, which allows users to superimpose an NFL helmet on photos of videos of themselves.
A Massachusetts probate court judge said Friday he has "some concerns" about how much information was being given to Sumner Redstone.
Delinquencies in subprime auto loans are on the rise, and that could signal bad news for lenders and automakers.
A measure of consumers' attitudes was slightly lower this month, according to new data.
Amazon sent marketplace sellers who had been suspended a weird email in Chinese telling them they'd been reinstated.
Anheuser-Busch InBev expects to cut some 3 percent of its workforce after it has acquired rival SABMiller.
Amazon is to expand its bricks-and-mortar footprint across the U.S., undeterred by the fact many physical bookstores have been struggling for years.
Americans spend $45 billion a year on pizza. These chains have figured out how to get the biggest slice of that pie.
Would you ditch your living room and potluck-style fantasy draft party for a restaurant booth? That's what some fantasy football leagues are doing.
Tesla has won U.S. antitrust approval to buy solar panel installer SolarCity.
A Texas jury said a General Motors ignition switch, linked to nearly 400 injuries and deaths, was not to blame for a fatal 2011 crash.
A jury has found that a General Motors ignition switch was not to blame for a 2011 accident.
Three months after Wal-Mart said it would move faster to cut prices, Dollar General said it has taken a similar approach.
Fathers are more involved in household shopping, and it's opening up a new demographic for companies traditionally focused on women.
Dollar Tree and Dollar General reported same-store sales results that fell short of Wall Street's expectations.
Best Buy reported better-than-expected numbers and the stock spiked. Here are four reasons to get out now, says wealth manager Michael Yoshikami.
Tiffany reported an unexpected rise in profit, driven by lower raw material costs, price hikes and high-margin jewelry sales.
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