A Delaware judge ruled that Tesla's board of directors must stand trial to defend chief executive Elon Musk's multibillion dollar pay package.
An attack in the early hours of September 14 struck at the core of Saudi Aramco, jolting a company that earns over half of Saudi Arabia's total gross domestic product every year.
The opioid crisis is a nationwide problem that requires nationwide response from the media, according to Jeff Leen, the Washington Post's investigative editor. That's why the Post published a database from the Drug Enforcement Administration that the paper said "tracks the path of every sing…
The United Auto Workers union strike against GM showed no signs of a quick conclusion as its impact on other plants and workers continues to spread.
The growing popularity of co-working spaces like WeWork could pose a risk to the US economy in the next economic downturn, a Fed official warned on Friday.
President Donald Trump has gutted regulations on the coal industry, falsely claimed that windmills cause cancer and installed a former coal lobbyist to lead the EPA.
Walmart said Friday it will stop selling e-cigarettes as the number of deaths tied to vaping grows and public officials crack down on the industry.
The United States will exclude a long list of Chinese-made goods from the tariffs that President Donald Trump's administration imposed as part of the trade war.
British tour operator Thomas Cook could fall into administration this weekend, potentially stranding hundreds of thousands of travelers.
Germany unveiled a 54 billion euros ($60 billion) package over the next four years to speed up the country's transition to renewable energy and reduce carbon emissions.
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Last weekend's drone attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities sent shockwaves through global energy markets and the price of crude spiking.
Despite Jeff Bezos' announcement for plans to make Amazon carbon neutral by 2040, nearly 1,000 employees are set to walk out in protest Friday of what they say is their company's inaction on climate change.
A handful of brands and retailers are backing the global climate strikes, as a message to government leaders that it's time to do something about the climate crisis.
Mayhem in obscure markets, massive Federal Reserve rescues and a mystery over the cause. The cash crunch that emerged in overnight lending markets this week brings back bad memories of the 2008 crisis.
Colt, the manufacturer of the AR-15 rifle, has announced it's exiting the consumer rifle market as demand for high-powered, semi-automatic guns wanes.
New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown no longer has an endorsement deal with Nike, the company said Thursday, more than a week after the NFL player was accused of rape.
A FedEx pilot was recently detained by Chinese authorities in Guangzhou, a city in southern mainland China. It's the latest in an escalating conflict between the shipping company and the Chinese government.
Negotiators for the United Auto Workers union and General Motors returned to the table Thursday morning, as rank and file workers from the automaker's manned picket lines for a fourth day.
The Federal Reserve cut rates again Wednesday. More rate cuts might be on the way later this year -- and perhaps in 2020. Here's what investors do to adjust to this lower rate world.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon on Thursday was named the incoming chairman of Business Roundtable, the prominent group of 192 chief executives representing corporate America's interests in Washington.
Instagram announced a new policy that will block, and sometimes remove, content promoting weight-loss or cosmetic procedures to younger teens.
In this era of mega media mergers, Apple and Disney could have been one of them. That's what Bob Iger believes could have happened if Steve Jobs were still alive.
Japan's richest man has warned that Brexit is "practically impossible" and could take the United Kingdom back to the economic stagnation of the 1970s when the country was often described as the "sick man of Europe."
The nearly 50,000 striking General Motors workers are just the beginning. Soon hundreds of thousands of people could be off the job because of the walkout.
Lay's potato chips are about to get a packaging revamp. The redesigned potato chip bag and new logo give Lay's its first new look in 12 years.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday cut interest rates by a quarter percentage point for the second time since July, as concerns grow about a potential global slowdown.
Christmas is still more than three months away. But it feels like the holidays are already here for Hasbro shareholders. The stock is up more than 45% this year and CEO Brian Goldner is feeling pretty bullish.
For the second straight day, the New York Federal Reserve injected a huge sum of money into the financial system in a bid to calm stress in the overnight lending market.
British Airways pilots have called off a strike planned for September 27 after their union said that action taken earlier this month had "demonstrated the anger and resolve of pilots."
After almost 50,000 General Motors employees ended their second day and are set to begin their third day on the picket lines, we are learning more about their demands and how the strike is affecting GM.