Thirteen automakers are recalling more than 652,000 vehicles in the U.S. in the latest round of dangerous Takata air bag inflator recalls.
Pizza Hut says the hiring is part of a plan to expand the number of U.S. stores to 8,500 over the next few years.
In a bid to connect with young families, Target has signed on as an official partner of Major League Soccer.
Morgan Stanley analysts raise Tesla's price target to $305 from $242 by the fourth quarter.
Hyperloop One, which is nearing its first full scale test run, has promoted a tech industry veteran to two critical leadership positions.
Netflix's boom in subscribers is a sign that the world is accepting internet TV, meaning without commercials and on-demand, said CEO Reed Hastings.
In the final news conference of his presidency, Barack Obama stressed the need for the U.S. to continue in protecting people's rights.
The streaming giant wildly beat subscriber additions estimates by a little under 2 million accounts.
Facebook has been investing heavily in video, but brands have issues with measurement and where their ads will appear.
At this "Game of Thrones" pop-up restaurant in Scotland, you can eat pig leg and swig wine from bone mugs Eater reports.
As shoppers spend more of their dollars online, the store is taking a cue from the web.
After a disappointing holiday, Target lowered its comparable sales and earnings expectations.
Tesla will make the drive unit for its upcoming Model 3, along with litium ion batteries, at its Nevada Gigafactory.
Credit Suisse upgrades Nordstrom and Burlington to outperform.
Shoppers have an easier time buying their clothes and shoes online than big-ticket appliances. Here's why.
The SEC says GM did not properly assess the potential impact on its financial statements of a defective ignition switch.
McDonald's is not immune to the restaurant industry's December slump. A franchisee survey sees same-store sales down in Q4.
What if we could finally end the madness that is traffic? The co-founders of Lyft have an idea.
Around 450 jobs will be returned to the U.S. as GM transfers back production of axles from a plant in Mexico, NBC News reports.
The world's largest retailer is partnering with key innovators in the U.S. and China.
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