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PepsiCo reports first-quarter earnings that topped analysts' estimates, thanks to stronger-than-expected sales of snacks and beverages.
Tesla said Jim Keller, the head of its low-voltage hardware, Autopilot software and infotainment, is leaving the automaker.
A Tesla move into China's electric vehicle market should be welcomed, according to a Chinese start-up.
Jim Cramer tells investors that market swings could be a chance to reevaluate their portfolios, but not necessarily run out and buy more.
The McDonald's corporate headquarters restaurant in Chicago will now feature McDonald's items unique to foreign countries, USA Today reports.
Ford beat analyst expectations on Wednesday, driven in part by cost cuts and lower taxes. But rising commodity prices remain a headwind.
Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill skyrocketed on Wednesday after the company posted better-than-expected earnings after the closing bell.
Mansell will be succeeded by Michelle Gass next month.
The idea that we would grant Facebook and Google access to our homes and cars given the events of the past few months would be ludicrous, says Notre Dame Professor Timothy Carone.
CEO Jim Hackett has yet to specify how he'll cut costs, what his overall turnaround plan entails, and what financial targets Ford hopes to hit.
The company posted its second profitable quarter in a row.
Comcast's $31 billion offer for British broadcaster Sky challenges a lower takeover bid from Rupert Murdoch's Fox.
Luxury British carmaker Aston Martin is expanding in China, the world's biggest car market, on the back of positive growth figures, the company's CEO said Wednesday.
If Tesla moves its production facilities to China, it could help the entire electric vehicle (EV) market there grow bigger, according to the founder of a Chinese EV startup.
Jaguar Land Rover's CEO Ralf Speth says despite recent accidents involving self-driving cars, they would still be a safer mode of transportation.
The company's president welcomed Beijing's announcement to open up its auto industry.
Without open trade, "we will have to invest in every single car line in every single country and that will be much more expensive for the consumers," said Volvo Cars CEO Hakan Samuelsson.
Jeff Stollenwerck has been with Sears for more than 15 years.
The restaurant business in New York City is undergoing a transformation in an effort to keep up with delivery demand, USA Today reports.
Toys 'R' Us will set aside about $156 million to pay vendors for toys and merchandise shipped after the U.S. retailer's Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
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