Nissan is recalling thousands of Altima cars for a third time to fix a latch problem.
James Murdoch is to return as the chairman of Sky four years after a phone-hacking scandal forced him out, regaining his grip on a pay-TV group.
McDonald's issued an apology on Thursday after social media users took to Twitter to complain about the lack of mozzarella in their cheesy snack.
Takata will tell Japanese carmakers its chief executive would take responsibility for the auto industry's biggest recall, sources said.
The annual burger war between Burger King, McDonald's and Wendy's is elevating the value perception of consumers, but the sales impact is lackluster.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day as January winds down.
Radioshack may have filed for bankruptcy, but that's not deterring fellow electronics retailer Circuit City from getting back into the retail biz.
More than 40,000 golf professionals and fans are gathered in Orlando, Florida, for the annual PGA Merchandise Show.
Some food transportation on barges is slowing as El Nino-related rain has swelled some waterways.
Under Armour's fourth-quarter results helped allay fears that weakness across the apparel space would creep into its performance.
Mattel launches three new body types of its iconic Barbie doll.
"Cultured meat" and a book that cleans dirty water are the latest innovations in food technology that could be key to sustainability.
An increased American appetite for trucks and SUVs signals a belief that cheap gas prices aren't going anywhere, AutoNation's Mike Jackson tells CNBC.
Ford's fourth-quarter results beat Street expectations, and it maintained a 2016 pretax profit forecast equal to or higher than last year.
After more than 30 years, the DeLorean Motor Company will resume production of the 1982 DeLorean, made famous by the "Back to the Future" trilogy.
For the first time since the recession, occupancy at malls is declining, and market rents appear to be slowing.
Fiat Chrysler on Wednesday said that it will build more of its popular Jeep and RAM pickups at its North America plants.
Regulators said Takata declared 5.1 million U.S. vehicles defective. The company disclosed an 11th death could be linked to a faulty airbag.
Concerns about slowing consumer demand in China have scared away investors, but Coach says consumer demand is great for the company.
Restaurants have a lot of tricks up their sleeve to coax you to spend more. The hosts of "Restaurant Startup" let you in on the secrets.
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