BNP Paribas agrees to pay almost $9 billion to resolve accusations that it had violated U.S. sanctions against Sudan, Cuba and Iran.
U.S. Steel, once the largest company in the world, is no longer big enough to be included in the S&P 500.
The Justice Department is expected to announce a settlement with BNP Paribas involving a record fine of $9 billion for alleged U.S. sanctions violations.
GoPro goes public, while Aereo loses a critical Supreme Court case. And it's a hot time for Starbucks and Sonic.
Google begins removing search results to comply with an EU ruling upholding citizens' right to have some information about them hidden in search engines.
Android Auto, wearable gadgets and smart home devices are some of the innovations Google is showing off at its two-day developer conference.
Software maker Oracle is Micros Systems, which provides software and hardware to the hospitality and retail industries, for about $5.3 billion.
Honda, Mazda and Nissan are recalling millions of vehicles globally for defective airbags manufactured by supplier Takata that could possibly explode.
Google's Nest Labs will buy home-monitoring camera startup Dropcam for about $555 million in cash, Nest and Dropcam confirmed friday.
An investigation at American Apparel has found its CEO misused company funds and abetted the discrediting of an ex-employee who accused him of harassment.
There were lots of winners and losers this week, with Amazon introducing a smartphone and a for-profit educator warning it may have to drop out of school.
Starbucks is raising prices on some of its drinks by as much as 20 cents, and customers can also soon expect to pay $1 more for packaged coffee.
GE's retail credit-card business has agreed to pay $169 million to settle a lawsuit accusing it of discriminating against Hispanic credit card customers.
It turns out Starbucks isn't contributing any upfront scholarship money to an online college degree program it introduced this week.
A weeklong broadcast of a popular nightly TV show is part of Comcast's push to promote the Harry Potter expansion at its Universal Orlando theme parks.
Amazon unveils a new smartphone called the Fire Phone that's smaller than the leading Google Android phone, but larger than Apple's iPhone.
Consumers reported more problems with new cars and trucks this year than last year, as automakers add more sophisticated technology, an annual survey shows.
Amazon's newest mobile device, a smartphone that may sport a 3D screen, is the retailer's latest attempt to exert influence on how consumers shop online.
Oracle is in talks with Micros Systems to buy the software maker for retailers and hotel chains for more than $5 billion, a report says.
Let's look at why Tyson Foods is paying $8.6 billion for Hillshire Brands and its familiar grocery lines like Jimmy Dean, Ball Park and Sara Lee
GM recalls 3 million more cars for ignition switch issues Monday, roughly doubling the number of GM vehicles with known switch problems.
A supermarket billionaire is aiming to upend Whole Foods' dominance of the organic food market, and consumers will likely reap the benefits.