In rare public comments on behalf of the family that controls Purdue Pharma, lawyer Mary Jo White said why the family believed the litigation against them and their company is legally dubious, factually misleading and politically motivated. » Read More
By: Lauren Thomas
Starting in July, Kohl's will be accepting Amazon returns at all of its stores — more than 1,150 — across the country, hoping to drive more traffic. » Read More
U.S. auto safety regulators have expanded an investigation into malfunctioning airbag controls to include 12.3 million vehicles because the bags may not inflate in a crash. » Read More
Despite the bullish speeches at the New York auto show, there's a sense of growing concern among industry leaders and analysts. » Read More
With Coca-Cola Coffee and its acquisition of Costa, Coke is making a big push into coffee this year.
In a sign of how fast things are changing, two of the three finalists for World Car of the Year at the 2019 New York show are fully electric.
Euro zone consumer confidence fell unexpectedly by 0.7 points in April from the March number, figures released on Tuesday showed.
The FDA put Walgreens "on notice" in February, accusing the pharmacy chain of violating rules that prohibit selling cigarettes and other tobacco products to underage buyers.
Netflix has said it expects to reach its peak cash burn in 2019.
Coca-Cola beat Wall Street's estimates for its first-quarter earnings and revenue.
P&G is coming off a strong fiscal second quarter in which its bet on raising prices paid off, helping to drive sales past investors' expectations.
Hasbro reported a surprise quarterly profit on Tuesday as the box-office success of Transformers movie spin-off "Bumblebee" charged sales of its action toys, putting the company's shares on track for their best day in more than two decades.
Trump, who previously called for a boycott against motorcycle company, said the EU tariffs have forced Harley to move jobs overseas.
Nearly three dozen men and women filed a federal class-action lawsuit alleging Florida authorities unlawfully videotaped them as they received legal massages at a parlour where New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft allegedly paid for sex.
"It's financially insane to buy anything other than a Tesla," says the CEO of the electric auto maker.
Lockheed Martin first-quarter earnings are far above what Wall Street anticipated.
Qualcomm is already on a tear after settling its dispute with Apple.
Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son, the founder of Japanese conglomerate SoftBank, personally lost over $130 million when he sold his position in bitcoin, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
Now the attention may turn to Huawei and other smartphone makers with foldable ambitions. And that might not necessarily be a good thing.
The CDC confirmed 71 new cases of measles last week, bringing the total for the year to 626 cases. In 2010, the worst year on record since measles was said to be eradicated in the U.S., the CDC confirmed 667 cases.