The new 'Steve Jobs' film about the Apple co-founder disappointed at the box office in its opening weekend.
Bridgestone is buying car parts retailer Pep Boys for $835 million in cash to expand retail locations.
The meat industry is fighting back against a World Health Organization ruling that processed meats cause cancer.
The United Auto Workers union reaches a contract agreement with General Motors.
A major earthquake struck northeastern Afghanistan on Monday.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is on board with Facebook at Work, as the tech giant pushes its new workplace product into offices.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's vision to bring the Internet to India is proving to be a challenge.
India will get the Apple Watch on November 6, as part of the wearable device's global roll out.
Jay-Z's Tidal hits 1 million subscribers, but the service faces stiff competition despite star power.
The DoJ and DFS are escalating a Deutsche Bank probe into Russian mirror trades worth $6 billion.
German automaker Borgward is attempting a revival in China.
Tickets to see the New York Mets play in the World Series spike after the team's NLCS win.
Mazda issuing a 1.2 million car recall in the U.S. due to faulty ignition switches.
Facebook is introducing a more personal search function by indexing 2 trillion posts to challenge Google and Twitter.
British pop singer Adele debuted her latest single, 'Hello.'
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is giving a third of his stake to employees.
Lumber Liquidators pleaded guilty to environmental crimes related to illegal importation of hardwood flooring.
McDonald's limited edition Modern China Burger with grey-colored buns is selling as expected.
Bitcoin is now tax-free in Europe after a court ruling.
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