Embattled Takata Corp. reported a half-year loss of 5.6 billion yen ($45.8 million) on Friday due to recall costs, as Toyota announced it would stop using Takata air bag inflators at the center of the company's massive product safety scandal.
Square, the six-year-old company known for its white, cube-shaped card readers that plug into smartphones, is boosting its planned initial public offering value by 47 percent in what has become a very dicey market for new companies trying to raise cash.
It's the most profitable time to sell a house since the Great Recession started in late 2007. But first-time buyers are increasingly scarce.
U.S. productivity slowed in the summer, while labor costs rebounded yet stayed at a level suggesting only modest inflation pressures.
Congressional backers of the U.S. Export-Import Bank are close to reviving it four months after conservative foes ensured that its charter expired.
A video game company is suing a rival studio and Kris Jenner claiming its idea for a Kim Kardashian mobile game was stolen.
Mortgage giant Fannie Mae reported net income of $2 billion for the July-September period, down from $3.9 billion a year earlier.
American businesses added a solid but unspectacular 182,000 jobs in October, according to a private survey.
The U.S. trade deficit declined in September to the lowest level in seven months as exports rebounded while imports shrank, reflecting the smallest monthly foreign oil bill in more than a decade.
U.S. service companies grew at an accelerated pace in October as business activity, new orders and employment all strengthened, suggesting that the economy is building momentum from consumer demand in the final months of 2015.
Anheuser-Busch and the NFL have agreed to a multiyear renewal of Bud Light as the official beer sponsor of the league.
Saying "no" to a demanding work schedule is easier said than done - something some small business owners know well. When business involves inflexible deadlines, travel and unexpected crises, owners find work/life balance hard to achieve.
Sales of new cars and trucks rose by double-digit percentages at most major automakers in October, and companies are raising their expectations for the rest of the year.
U.S. auto safety regulators will fine Takata Corp. of Japan $70 million for lapses in the way it handled recalls of millions of air bag inflators that can explode with too much force, a person briefed on the matter said Tuesday.
A weeklong celebration of commerce is under way in one of the world's last communist countries, with hundreds of international corporations flocking to Havana to try to do business with a government basking in expectations of growth set off by detente with Washington.