Most of the charge covers legal costs associated with investigations into several business sectors. The rest will cover cutting jobs and real estate.
Amazon Takeout & Delivery is starting with 141 Seattle restaurants. GrubHub, a profitable startup in 800 cities, should feel the heat.
Ground beef prices keep rising, leaving McDonald's with two tough choices: betraying its value message and raising prices.
Francesca Holdings stock rises with the announcement of a new CEO, while Christopher & Banks stock falls after a poor quarterly report.
McDonald's is planning major changes in the U.S., including an expansion of a test that lets people build their own burgers by tapping on a touchscreen.
Demand for the new iPhones outpaces supply. Many reasons are suggested, and some wonder whether the shortage will affect Apple stock.
Some companies have burned investors in a bad way this year. Look at what happened to 3D Systems, the Container Store, Sodastream, Twitter and Coach.
Cheap diapers are a new reason to get Amazon Prime, and Microsoft dumps its stake in the Nook back with Barnes & Noble.
Coke, which has a strong footing in the soda, energy drink, juice and water markets, is hoping to make a splash in the milk market.
CBS says Dish customers will soon lose access to CBS programming if the two companies don't reach a new deal for carrying the network by Thursday.
Hit movies like Frozen, Guardians of the Galaxy, Big Hero 6 and the upcoming Star Wars adventure and live-action Cinderella make a merry time for Disney.
Takata tells the U.S. government that its demand for a nationwide air bag recall isn't necessary and that it doesn't have the authority to compel a recall.
The bookseller has dived into the holiday selling season as investors await the quarterly report due this week.
Massachusetts residents last month voted overwhelmingly to allow Las Vegas-style casino gambling, but are they playing fast and loose with the future?
LendingClub has announced its IPO. Let's look at how it and its competitors work and how it looks as a way to get cash and a place to invest in.
Pizza Hut is experimenting with a new tablet ordering system that watches customer eye movements over a list of ingredients and guesses at the right order.
The FBI warns businesses that hackers are using software to launch a destructive cyberattack, following a devastating breach last week at Sony Pictures.
Shifting economics for energy have affected American Airlines, Goodrich Petroleum and ReneSola. Taser stock grows with interest in wearable cameras.
Amazon has installed more than 15,000 robots at its warehouses, a move that promises to cut operating costs and get packages out the door more quickly.
The week features the frenzy of Cyber Monday and quarterly reports from some familiar retailers, including Aeropostale, Tilly's and a troubled Sears.
PepsiCo is also expanding its craft sodas, naturally sweetened in unusual flavors, and lower-calorie beverages to restore fizz to its beverage business.
Staples is doing a few things right, but there's only so much it can do if demand for office supplies isn't beating a path to its sliding-glass front door.
Barnes & Noble generates buzz with 500,000 signed editions of more than 100 books, and Twitter's CFO gets heat for an errant tweet.