French advertising group Publicis announced a first-half fall in net profit on Tuesday and warned on its prospects for sales growth in 2014.» Read More
Burger King has concocted yet another way to have it your way: a gay pride burger.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon told his employees that he has 'curable' throat cancer.
Americans increasingly are replacing their once-enviable 50-inch TVs with even bigger screens. Think: 65-inches and up.
Labor unions representing workers from across Europe met to discuss how best to take on Amazon, following what they describe as the "mistreatment" of its workforce.
GoDaddy dominates among domain registration services, but a service from Google could be a more streamlined option.
Two former female employees of Goldman Sachs who have accused the bank of gender discrimination are seeking class action status for their case.
Shutterfly, the photo-sharing service, is said to be working with boutique investment bank Qatalyst Partners to sell itself, Bloomberg reported.
The company, which competes in a crowded cloud computing sphere, had previously tried to partner or merge with another company.
Google has acquired streaming music service Songza, the company's latest move to play a bigger role in the fast-growing online music business.
With the smartphone battle spilling into the driver's seat, Apple has signed up nine more manufacturers for CarPlay, Re/code reports.
The FTC filed a complaint against T-Mobile USA, alleging that the wireless provider added unauthorized charges customers' bills.
JC Penney appealed a New York state court ruling that found it had interfered with a contract between Macy's and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
Pfizer paid a "nominal fee" to cover expenses related to the facility inspection, and to obtain a certification, a Pfizer spokeswoman said.
Twitter said Chief Financial Officer Mike Gupta will become senior vice president of strategic investments and named Anthony Noto as his replacement.
The NYSE said it would allow trading firms to test their trading software on July 12 ahead of the initial public offering of Alibaba.
Facebook faces a backlash after manipulating user news feeds to see how their posts would change.
Panera Bread's pay-what-you-like cafes offer a window on Americans who are still battling food insecurity after the recession's end.
Graco is recalling approximately 1.9 million harness buckles after a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigation.
Microsoft is set to introduce the Nokia X2, which will run on Android and will sell for 99 euros when it goes on sale next month.
It seems like only yesterday that former enterprise smartphone king BlackBerry was left for dead.
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