Jules Yap might be Ikea's biggest fan, but the owner of a site that shows users how to modify Ikea furniture, is in conflict with the chain.
Red Hat raised its full-year adjusted profit and revenue forecast, helped by strong growth in subscription revenue.
BlackBerry reported a smaller-than-expected loss, as the smartphone company's cost cutting and other turnaround efforts started to pay off.
Markit said it priced its initial public offering at $24 per share, valuing the financial information service provider at about $4.3 billion.
Iraq has asked the U.S. to stage air attacks on Sunni Muslim insurgents, according to a top American general.
Paris is demanding French minority in Alstom's energy assets as the price for approving its bid from General Electric, the FT reports.
First Data announced that its parent has received commitments to purchase about $3.5 billion of common equity in a private placement, led by KKR.
Igor Sechin, the CEO of Rosneft, Russia's top oil producer, has slammed the U.S.'s decision to hit him with sanctions as making no sense.
Two senators said they want to raise the federal gasoline and diesel tax by 12 cents a gallon, the first increase since 1993.
Increasing comfort with the outlook for China's economy will make emerging markets the best performing asset class in the second half, says ING.
Backers in favor of the Canada-to-Texas pipeline are pointing to the crisis in Iraq as a rationale for pushing the project forward.
Bankrate put together a list of the seven best small and medium sedans for sports-car owners to lessen the pain.
Argentina threatened to default on its debt on Wednesday when the government called it "impossible" to pay bond service due on June 30.
The phone has a 4.7-inch screen, aluminum buttons and a high-definition LCD display, among other features.
Despite all the talk, Europe has yet to spawn its very own tech giant, along the lines of Google, Facebook or Twitter.
The president has shifted his focus away from airstrikes in Iraq as an imminent option for slowing a fast-moving Islamic insurgency officials said.
For the second year in a row, buyers of new cars and trucks reported more problems with their vehicles.
If Bob Olstein is right, the climate for takeovers is just beginning to heat up.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen surely will be looking to avoid a repeat of her March news conference, where she spooked markets.
Denver is home to eight Fortune 500 companies. All those workers need to live somewhere.