Toyota has entered negotiations to settle hundreds of sudden-acceleration lawsuits, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.
A new survey paints a contradictory portrait of consumers, and of their finances and willingness to spend ahead of the critical holiday season.
Qualcomm on Friday said it will promote Steve Mollenkopf to chief executive officer, effective March 4, 2014. He will continue to serve as the president.
The events have gained attention, but the fatter paychecks probably haven't materialized yet for many minimum wage workers.
Market legend Art Cashin of UBS and CNBC's Bob Pisani discuss 2013 and the events that drove investors this year.
With the explosion of Internet shopping this holiday season, retailers need to stop thinking about consumers buying either online or in the stores, experts say.
Companies are making headlines before the bell:
Urban legend or not, Friday the 13th has been an unlucky day for many, judging from the mutimillion-dollar accidents that have occurred on the day.
In this era of PowerPoint presentations and videoconferencing, a growing number of companies are hiring traditional illustrators to bring meetings to life.
North Korea executed Jang Song Thaek, who was not only the uncle of leader Kim Jong Un but also seen as its second-most powerful man.
Call it mistress inflation: The recession is over and she's going to want a much more expensive gift this year, says Todd Schoenberger.
Most people now understand that quantitative easing adds reserves to the banking system. But they still miss the deeper implications.
Want to crank up that home theater system? LG is hoping its new wireless speaker system will turn your entertainment area into your personal rockin' arena.
IBM is accused of concealing how its ties to what became a major U.S. spying scandal in China caused its market value to plunge over $12 billion.
BlackRock's chief investment strategist says investors are smart to be nervous but still have to buy stocks.
The number of employee-owned U.S. companies is now increasing by 10 percent or more annually. "It's hardly socialism," says one exec.
Global strategists at Citi have found what they think are the "seven remaining value trades."
DirecTV is developing an Internet product that it would sell separate from its core video service. Separately, it's exploring a deal with the NFL.
Consumers have more opportunities to pay for holiday purchases over time. But no-interest offers may not be such a bargain.
Coca-Cola said it would divide its North American business into two units, as part of its plan to return to a franchise model instead of owning bottlers.