A Chipotle near Boston College has reopened weeks after 136 students and other patrons fell ill with norovirus.
The final week of the year will make or break time for stocks and should offer some clues about 2016.
Iraq's counter-terrorism forces have raised the Iraqi flag in Ramadi a day after the army declared victory over Islamic State fighters there.
Whether you got an iPhone or an Android device for Christmas, Google wants you to know it has plenty of apps available for you.
The weak oil market is poised for some recovery in 2016, offering potential upside to the currencies of oil-producing countries, an analyst said.
China will "reasonably" set limits on new local government debt in 2016 and in the coming years, the country's Finance Minister said on Monday.
Has bad press taken a bite of Chipotle's sales? One firm thinks so.
You might be inclined to sleep in and be lazy on New Year's Day, but if you do, be sure your car is safe.
The case for investing in one of 2015's worst-performing markets.
Sharp shares rallied on Monday on reports that Hon Hai Precision Industry is willing to pay $2.4 billion for the electronics giant, according to reports.
Many Republican governors support expanding coverage through the ACA, a law that members of Congress from their party want to see fail. NYT reports.
Deal-makers across Asia were hustling in 2015, racking up more than $1 trillion in mergers and acquisitions, up 37 percent from 2014, Dealogic said.
Analysts are skeptical that these consumers will start spending their gas savings at traditional retailers in 2016.
About a dozen local and foreign companies hope to persuade Indians to pay for online video, the New York Times reports.
Diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but that camaraderie hasn't been enough to avert a slowdown in sales of the pricey stones.
The market is due for a fall, says trader Jack Bouroudjian. It's time to lock in some profits.
Personal finances are among the top things people resolve to improve every year, but more than half fail. Here's how to do better.
Uri Gruenbaum, CEO of TipRanks, listed the top 10 analysts on Wall Street based on recommendations performance since 2009.
How will the NFL respond following the release of "Concussion"?
Here are the top 10 business stories of the year, in descending order. NBCNews reports.