Authorities in Germany this week seized a lavish $600 million yacht belonging to a Russian oligarch, according to reports.
Sports apparel maker Nike is in the early stages of a possible pursuit of exercise bike maker Peloton, according to a report.
Difficulties in obtaining semiconductor chips will prompt Ford Motor to temporarily halt or scale back production at eight plants in North America, the company said Friday, according to reports.
Facebook is facing a lawsuit filed by the sister of a federal security officer who was shot dead in California in May 2020 while guarding a federal courthouse, according to reports.
A high-rolling New Jersey gambler, who says he gets invited to place bets at as many as 30 casinos around the U.S. each year, claims nearly $21,000 of his money vanished during a recent stay in Massachusetts.
He was the Super Bowl-winning coach who "retired" at age 42. But John Madden, who died Tuesday at age 85, went on to become a hugely successful commercial pitchman as well.
A California woman has pleaded guilty to a federal charge in connection with an alleged assault against a Southwest Airlines flight attendant, according to a report.
Continuing a music industry trend among older big-name artists, rocker Bruce Springsteen has reportedly sold his master recordings and music publishing rights to Sony for $500 million.
Kentucky’s attorney general sent a message Saturday that scam artists and unscrupulous business owners won’t be tolerated as the commonwealth’s residents deal with widespread and devastating tornado damage.