Major League Baseball’s technology division has added to its ever-growing footprint, striking a deal to take over the National Hockey League’s digital operations and...
The U.S. auto industry raced to a stronger than expected sales month in July, as consumers continued to ride off with new trucks and sport-utility vehicles.
Jim Craig, the goalie on the “Miracle on Ice” hockey team, plans to sell his collection of memorabilia from the 1980 Winter Olympics. The asking price: $5.7 million.
American Pharoah is back on the track after securing horse racing's first Triple Crown in 37 years.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles does not expect additional costs tied to a repurchase program for recalled trucks, and CEO Sergio Marchionne vowed that FCA "will do better."
Amazon.com signed the former hosts of 'Top Gear,' the most popular TV show in the world, to create a new series for its Prime video service.
The National Football League upheld its suspension of star quarterback Tom Brady for four games, but the “Deflategate” controversy may be far from over.
Ford has benefited from consumer appetite for higher-priced trucks and sport-utility vehicles, which propelled the automaker to a record second-quarter profit in North America.
Owners of recalled trucks and sport-utility vehicles made by Fiat Chrysler will be allowed to sell them back, and some Jeeps can be swapped for new rides as part of a deal with...
Ferrari has officially filed for its highly anticipated initial public offering. But how much is the supercar maker worth?