AT&T reported a 7% drop in second-quarter earnings, even though the telecom giant's wireless business added more customers than expected.
Sporting goods retailers are grappling with weaker demand for golf equipment, as fewer Americans take up the sport.
Chrysler Group is recalling up to 792,300 older-model Jeeps to fix an ignition-switch issue similar to the one that has plagued General Motors.
Apple's 3Q profit jumped 12.3%, as the tech giant got a boost from stronger global demand for its iPhone and Mac devices.
Bill Ackman's latest claims against Herbalife failed to worry investors, as the stock surged 23%.
Texas Instruments reported a second-quarter profit that grew 3.5%, beating Wall Street views amid stronger margins.
Following another round of sanctions, demand for Russian-made firearms like the AK-47 rifle has picked up in recent days.
RLJ Lodging Trust has acquired Hyatt’s Atlanta Midtown hotel for $49.5 million.
AbbVie's $55B deal to buy Irish drug maker Shire would mark the largest tax inversion ever, as a growing number of U.S. firms eye lower rates overseas.
Google reported a sharp increase in revenue thanks to growing advertising dollars, but the tech giant's bottom line missed views.