Amazon is reportedly laying plans to expand its lineup of private-label products, adding a wide range of food and household items.
FIFA, reeling from the arrest of several high-ranking officials, is getting a heavy dose of criticism from major sponsors and soccer's European governing body, the UEFA. FIFA...
Seven top FIFA officials were arrested Wednesday on U.S. corruption charges, and prosecutors in Switzerland subsequently opened an investigation into controversial World Cup...
Charter is poised to become one of the biggest players among U.S. TV providers, finally scoring the Time Warner Cable tie-up that media mogul John Malone desperately wanted.
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Americans are getting a break at the pump for Memorial Day weekend, even as gasoline prices continue to gain ground.
Panasonic and Indianapolis Motor Speedway are revving up the in-stadium experience, hoping to drive more fans to races like the Indy 500. The electronics giant just installed...
Best Buy shares rallied as demand for televisions, smartphones and appliances helped the electronics retailer book better-than-expected earnings in the first quarter.
With Takata airbag recalls set to double, automakers and parts suppliers face a lengthy repair process that could take years.
Takata has acknowledged that airbag inflators used in nearly 34 million U.S. vehicles are defective, setting up a massive recall.
GM is adding more fuel to the muscle car races with a restyled Chevrolet Camaro, looking to maintain its lead over Ford's Mustang.