2:24 pm: McDonald's will give Charles Ramsey, the Big Mac-loving man who helped rescue three women in Cleveland, free food for a year. Fourteen local restaurants will give him burgers for life. More
GM, Ford and Chrysler are skipping or shortening the usual July shutdown at many U.S. plants as they work to meet rising demand for car sales.
New Jersey investigators raided 29 bars and restaurants under suspicion of fooling customers by filling bottles from premium brands with well liquor.
Hewlett-Packard reported profits that topped forecasts and shares surged on the news. But CEO Meg Whitman is still preaching patience.
Businesses in Oklahoma City are offering heavy equipment, free lodging and other services to assist with the tornado relief efforts.
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With smartphone forensics, law enforcement can find deleted texts, photos, contacts and more.
JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon held onto his role of chairman but with three board members only narrowly reelected, there may be new faces on the bank's risk committee
Shares of Sony spiked to their highest level in two years Wednesday on reports that the company is considering a spin off of its movie and music division.
Influential auto analyst John Murphy sees some stability for the world's automakers in the next few years. But don't look for any significant shifts in market share.
Caterpillar's new B15 smartphone is rugged and good looking at the same time.
Apple is still reasonably priced, but it's no longer dirt cheap.
Who needs to own a boring U.S. Treasury bond when you can buy an exciting tech stock and get a similar -- or in many cases, higher -- yield in the process?
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