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Volkswagen, the German carmaker facing allegations it falsified emissions data, may not seem like a widows and orphans stock at the moment.
The emissions cheating came from Volkswagen's headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany, not the U.S., Matthias Mueller said Tuesday.
Amtrak on Tuesday threatened to suspend some train service unless Congress extends a deadline for adding safety technology.
The notice was sent five days after the UAW rejected a four-year contract deal with the automaker.
McDonald's all-day breakfast is finally here...but it might not be what it seems.
The president of Hasbro Studios revealed that the company will release four more "Transfomers" films in the next 10 years.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why making Jack Dorsey Twitter's permanent CEO will benefit the company.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Jack Dorsey has great respect internally at Twitter, and the shareholders love him. Jack Dorsey will remain Square CEO.
Jay Leno tells one viewer how the modifications he made to his Porsche will affect the car's value.
Twitter hopes this product tweak will be key in growing its stagnating user base.
Volkswagen's CEO said the firm will need to make "massive" cost savings to overcome the consequences of the emissions scandal.
There's good reason why the Golden Arches would want to pivot and launch all-day breakfast.
Retailers are no longer concerned with overall consumer spending during the year's largest selling season, according to PwC.
General Mills on Monday issued a recall of Cheerios cereal because certain products labeled as gluten-free contained wheat.
Payments made with debit and credit cards and other non-cash methods jumped 9 percent last year to 390 billion transactions, according to a study.
Despite Uber's global challenges which include pending criminal cases, Australia offers a comeback for the ride-sharing app.
Already a pizza titan in the US, Domino's Pizza is taking a shot at opening in the birthplace of pizza: Italy.
VW has admitted that 8 million vehicles were fitted with software capable of cheating diesel emissions tests in the European Union.
Disney is considering using a surge-pricing model to determine the cost of admission to its parks. NBC News reports.
The derailment follows an Amtrak derailment near Philadelphia in May that left eight people dead.