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Fiat Chrysler will now have to explain to regulators why they didn't notify car owners about defective Takata air bags on time.
BP has reached an agreement with the United States and affected state governments to settle damages claim from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010.
Water restrictions due to the drought are hurting the once booming sod business in California.
The IRS has proposed reducing the size of the slot machine winning that will trigger a tax form. That could be bad news for both gamblers and casinos.
Centene said it would buy Health Net for $6.3 billion in cash and stock.
Renée James, the second most senior executive at chip giant Intel is stepping down to look for a CEO job elsewhere, the company said.
A bill before California Governor Jerry Brown would make clear that cheerleaders for state-based professional sports teams are employees.
While Tesla has had troubles converting sales to profits, the electric car maker posted record deliveries in the second quarter.
The sharing economy is allowing many people to supplement their current incomes, or make a full-time job out of part-time work.
More than 5,000 residents were evacuated after a freight train carrying a "highly flammable and toxic gas" partly derailed and caught fire.
The U.S. Justice Department said it is investigating whether U.S. airlines worked together to keep airfares high by signaling plans to limit flights.
Many cards also offer automatic travel insurance, which could prove valuable on your next trip, the Fiscal Times reports.
PayPal, which will become independent from eBay later this month, will pay $25 per share in an all-cash deal.
Rising consumer confidence may be a sign that more Americans will soon rejoin the workforce, Anthony Chan of Chase said.
This stock has lost almost half of its value in 2015—and bullish analysts are starting to sound desperate.
Take a look at where insurance companies see the most dog-related injuries.
Even though yesterday was his last day on the job, outgoing Twitter CEO Dick Costolo may have an ally in Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg.
These real estate investments sport lofty yields, but they are opaque and risky.
Some Cuban-Americans are saying that progress between the U.S. and Cuba is long overdue, and that embassies are a step forward.
Brazilian meat producer JBS will buy the U.S. pork division of agribusiness giant Cargill for $1.45 billion.
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