Several business ventures are getting unwanted attention for sharing a name with ISIS, the Al Qaeda-linked terrorist group.
Maserati and Alfa Romeo are quickly expanding their dealer networks in the U.S., as the Italian brands race to meet ambitious sales targets.
Lifting the ban on oil exports would serve as a credit boost for much of the industry, according to a new report from Standard & Poor’s.
Burger King could lower its tax bill through a merger with Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons, though analysts say there’s more to the deal than the IRS.
U.S. stocks inched lower after a slew of speeches from economic policymakers and new developments in Ukraine.
A rumored hybrid from Ford could be the U.S. automaker’s best chance yet to outpace Japan-based Toyota's Prius.
Here are some of the companies that developed helicopters, jets and weapons now in use at local law enforcement agencies.
Dodge continues to rev up interest in a big way, unveiling its second car--the Charger SRT Hellcat--powered by a 707-horsepower engine.
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Despite warnings from Schlumberger, analysts don't expect Western sanctions against Russia to have a wider impact on the energy industry.