Sprint's new owner is replacing its longtime CEO with a Hispanic billionaire and entrepreneuer after dropping its bid for rival wireless carrier T-Mobile US.
Federal regulators have given Bank of America a green light to proceed with a long-awaited dividend increase it had suspended because of a reporting error.
Mondelez said price increases scared off some customers in its second quarter, and the company trimmed its sales forecast for the year.
Chrysler Group's second-quarter net profit rose 22 percent, fueled by rising sales in the U.S.
Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox is abandoning its attempt to take over Time Warner in a proposed deal that would have combined two of the world's biggest media companies.
U.S. services firms grew at the fastest rate in more than eight years in July, the latest sign of an economy picking up speed in the second half of the year.
U.S. home prices rose in June by the smallest year-over-year amount in 20 months, slowed by modest sales and more properties coming on the market.
Orders to U.S. factories increased in June, led by demand for aircraft, industrial machinery and computers and electronics.
Target has lowered its second-quarter forecast citing the promotional discounts it had to use to attract shoppers.
USA Today owner Gannett is splitting into two companies, making it the latest major media company to spin off a less profitable print business to focus on growing TV and digital operations.
The average roundtrip ticket within the U.S., including taxes, reached $509.15 in the first six months of this year, up nearly $14 from the same period last year.
Ag tourism refers to working farm enterprises geared to visitors, encompassing farm stands, pumpkin patches, barn dances, zip-line rides, pick-your-own berries, corn mazes and even weddings.
New York's top financial regulator is investigating whether the nation's largest overseer of troubled mortgages, Ocwen Financial Corp., is overcharging struggling homeowners on insurance.
Walgreen's top financial officer is leaving the largest U.S. drugstore chain as it nears a key decision about its future that could involve a politically touchy overseas reorganization.
William Kistler views retirement like someone tied to the tracks and watching a train coming. It's looming and threatening, but there's little he can do.