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Ford is recalling nearly 435,000 cars to fix rusting frame parts or faulty seats.
BlackRock is reorganizing its senior management ranks as it works towards a succession plan for CEO and co-founder Larry Fink.
App-based car-hire start-up Uber is launching a dedicated courier service for packages Tuesday, starting in Manhattan.
Shares of online food delivery company GrubHub rose as much as 57 percent in their market debut, valuing the company at about $3.20 billion.
You'd think a corporate patent infringement battle would be boring—and you'd usually be right.
The maker of iPads and iPhones has a problem that anyone would like to have: What to do with a vast amount of cash. The New York Times reports.
The SEC has put together a group to examine private equity and hedge funds, after the 2010 Dodd-Frank law required the funds to be regulated.
General Motors again boosted discounts on its full-size Chevrolet Silverado pickups after being outsold in March by Chrysler's Ram 1500.
McDonald's closed its restaurants in Crimea, after a prominent Moscow politician called for all the U.S. fast food chain's outlets in Russia to be shut.
A new study found that cartoon characters on cereal boxes are angled downward, which helps kids connect to the product.
Saks is saying goodbye to safe fashions and hello to more unique—and more expensive—items, according to a report.
Customers are increasingly concerned about General Motor's mounting recalls and vehicle defects that are linked to deadly crashes, dealers said.
No matter the outcome of a suit involving possible online review fraud, Yelp's stock is set to rise, one analyst says.
After a limp start for equity markets, Goldman Sachs has revealed it's bullish for the second quarter, predicting global growth to pick up and shares to follow suit.
Just as Citigroup was putting taxpayer bailouts and risky investments behind it, the bank now finds itself in the cross hairs again. The New York Times reports.
Amazon's splash into the video streaming and gaming set-top box world has an accidental tie to the porn industry.
BlackBerry said it would not renew a deal allowing T-Mobile US Inc to sell its products.
Steve Jobs had warned of the growing threat from Google and promised a "holy war" on smartphones running its Android software, the Financial Times reports.
Goldman Sachs is to be hit with a multimillion euro fine on Wednesday as part of an EU cartel case on subsea power cables that will underline the legal risks faced by buyout groups. The FT reports.
Amazon unveiled the Fire TV on Monday, giving it a competitor to Roku, Google Chromecast and Apple TV.
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