Taco Bell and Pizza Hut are getting rid of artificial colors and flavors, making them the latest big food companies in the trend toward more natural food.
Olive Garden's new breadstick sandwiches don't arrive until June 1, but the chain already has a follow-up act planned with breadstick crostini in August.
Charter Communications is buying Time Warner Cable for $55.33 billion, creating one of the largest TV and Internet providers in the nation.
Microsoft held talks about taking over Salesforce.com, but negotiations fell through over price differences, sources say.
In the week that was on Wall Street, an e-commerce company sees its IPO soar 50 percent, and a retailer gets slammed after its CEO unexpectedly resigns.
The Postal Service wants to follow Amazon's lead in delivering your next package with the help of drones. But can it afford to do it?
Lumber Liquidators CEO Robert Lynch has abruptly quit the company that is embroiled in an investigation over products imported from China.
Takata plans to boost production of parts needed to replace potentially deadly air bag inflators that could spray vehicle occupants with metal shards.
ConAgra Foods agrees to pay $11.2 million to settle a federal criminal charge that the company shipped Peter Pan peanut butter tainted with salmonella.
Air bag maker Takata Corp. has agreed to declare 33.8 million of its inflator mechanisms defective, nearly doubling the number recalled, a source says.
The hottest trend in fast casual is no longer burritos, freshly baked sandwiches or even gourmet burgers, but something just as familiar: pizza.
Walmart reports a 7 percent decline in first-quarter profit as worker pay raises and currency fluctuations put pressure on the retailer's bottom line.
From a recent IPO hoping to "craft" a strong first impression to a new way to order pizza, many companies have something to say in the week ahead.
The country's largest Italian casual-dining chain announces a new sandwich and the Blizzard royalty sends mixed signals with its latest menu move.
Google's newest self-driving car will debut on public roads this summer, as it seeks to have driverless cars available to consumers in the next five years.
Carl's Jr. and Hardee's are cramming a summer cookout into one burger, adding a menu item that is made with a beef patty and topped with a split hot dog.
In a sign of the increasing importance of online video, AT&T said Wednesday it will offer Hulu's streaming TV service to its customers.
Former CEO Dov Charney has filed a defamation lawsuit against American Apparel, which says the claim is without merit and that it will dispute the charge.
Toyota Motor and Nissan Motor are expanding their recalls over problem air bags made by Japanese supplier Takata by another 6.5 million vehicles.
Sprint agrees to pay as much as $50 million to resolve a federal lawsuit accusing it of permitting unauthorized charges on to customers' phone bills.
Apple will need to act quickly if the Apple Watch fails to live up to expectations. So what else might the computing giant be conjuring up for consumers?
Olive Garden's plan to win back customers? Take the breadsticks it's known for and make sandwiches out of them.