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What's in the package might be the same, but for a variety of reasons, sometimes companies need to call products by another name outside their home country.
RadioShack shareholder Standard General said it was in talks to improve the troubled electronics retailer's cash position ahead of the holiday season.
The fate of Apple's stock following each new iPhone release.
Across the board, the Cleveland Cavaliers are seeing boosts to business since LeBron James said he's bringing his talents back to his hometown.
Ford Motor said it will recall about 850,000 cars in the United States to fix a software glitch that can delay airbag deployment in crashes.
The final September reading on consumer sentiment finished at 84.6, the highest since July 2013.
CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down Nike's better-than-expected quarterly earnings. Cramer says this stock was the layup short of all time and CEO Mark Parker is a great competitor.
Mike Odell, the CEO and president of automotive retail and service chain Pep Boys resigned on Friday.
These companies are taking unusual steps to help the planet.
Wendy's rolled out the several BBQ pulled pork products that sound like the kind of things you might expect to find on the fairgrounds
What do late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara, the Catholic Church and rappers Jay-Z and P-Diddy have in common?
Air France-KLM said it would continue to develop a low-cost airline in France, dismissing union demands.
GM corporate debt was raised by S&P to investment grade, a critical step in the automaker's long recovery from its 2009 bankruptcy and reorganization.
Two Wisconsin families have become the first to accept settlement offers from the GM Ignition Switch Compensation Fund.
Apple said only nine customers have actually complained of bent iPhone 6 Plus phones, Re/code reports.
Chrysler recalled about 350,000 vehicles because of a condition that may cause the ignition key to get stuck or inadvertently move.
With increases in production at U.S. auto plants, Americans are on track to buy a record number of new vehicles next year or by 2016.
Call your credit card company and ask them to waive a recent late fee. Then, ask them to cut your interest rate. It works, reports NBC's Today Show.
If passed, this bill can protect consumers' free speech online and prevent businesses from threatening legal action, reports NBC's Today Show.
Subprime lenders are increasingly relying on technology that allows them to track and disable delinquent borrowers’ vehicles.
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