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Climate change could cut into the growth in food production even as the world's population increases, according to a new bipartisan report.
Toyota is recalling 466,000 minivans and cars globally, mostly in the United States, for possible faulty brakes and loss of a spare tire.
Members of Sears' Shop Your Way loyalty program made up more than 74 percent of sales at Sears and Kmart's domestic locations for the first quarter.
Dorchester Collection hotels in California face more protests over their owner's ties to severe Islamic law penalties in Brunei.
Drivers might see lower gas prices this year, but smart shopping tactics could help them save even more.
In a series of posts on its website, McDonald's answers customers' frequently asked questions about its food in the U.S.
Amazon has emailed some customers offering them a 30-day free trial run of its $99 Fire TV box, according to a report in Engaget.
Collectors can breathe easy as Hess announced it will continue making its toy trucks after the sale of its retail arm to Marathon Petroleum.
Amid thousands of pet illness complaints and an ongoing FDA investigation, PetSmart plans to pull the treats by March 2015.
Microsoft is launching its new retail store in New Jersey. CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the tech giant plans to open another 13 stores by the end of June.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan speaks to Best Buy CEO Hubert Joly about moving a majority of its business online and explains the advantages of small format retail shops.
UBritain's Tesco has pledged to remove checkout confectionery from all stores before the end of 2014, amid rising concern over health and well-being.
General Motors has recalled more than 13 million cars so far this year, which means fewer cars available on the rental lots for travelers.
Best Buy posted quarterly results that topped Wall Street expectations, but the company handed in weak same-store sales guidance.
Brian Nagel, Oppenheimer & Company, breaks down Best Buy's quarterly numbers and explains why the fourth quarter matters, as competition with Wal-Mart heats up.
Dmitry Kostygin, chaiman of Ulmart, describes the group's operations as the "next generation" of internet retailing and says Amazon will probably switch to Ulmart's model in the next couple years.
Johan De Nysschen, President of Infiniti, explains why the automaker's new model will be a good fit for the Hong Kong market.
Considering shares spiked in the first days of trade and then turned lower, what does Jim Cramer think of GrubHub?
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne has a request for potential buyers of the automaker's Fiat 500 e electric car: Don't buy it.
Raymond C. Offenheiser, Oxfam America president, is challenging 10 of the largest food and beverages companies to get active on reducing climate change. Joseph Bast, Heartland Institute CEO, debates the claims.