As Microsoft ends support for the persistently popular Windows XP, the move could put everyone, from heavy industry to everyday people, in danger.
Important quarterly earnings reports are expected from the nation's largest banks, a colorful auto insurer and a retailer that five years ago traded as a penny stock.
From Microsoft scoring millions of Office app downloads for iPads to bookseller Barnes & Noble losing a big supporter, there were plenty of wonders and blunders this week.
Owners of General Motors vehicles recalled for faulty ignition switches can have a free a loaner car until theirs is fixed, but why isn't the automaker telling them?
A group of Milwaukee residents wants to revive part of that proud history by buying Pabst Brewing from a California executive in hope of returning the brand to its birthplace.
Wednesday's debut of Fire TV from Amazon came with plenty of positive surprises, but there was a big negative development when it came to the high price.
Brookstone, a staple in malls and airports nationwide, is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as part of its $147 million sale to Spencer Spirit Holdings.
The once-promising world of Web-based higher learning is struggling. The huge University of Phoenix keeps losing students and revenue, and it's not alone.
An ignition switch defect linked to deadly crashes and mounting recalls are raising anxiety in GM showrooms, according to dealers.
The Supreme Court rules that a Minnesota rabbi who complained about an airline's frequent flier program, saying his lawsuit is prohibited by federal regulation.
GM CEO Mary Barra endured a second day of harsh questioning from Congress, as lawmakers pressed her for answers on why the company waited a decade to recall defective cars.
A new U.S. Chamber of Commerce study shows that shareholders make only pennies on the dollar when suing companies over stock losses. The only real winners are the lawyers.
Regional player Conn's seems to be the only publicly traded consumer electronics chain moving in the right direction now, but electronics isn't the reason why.
J.C. Penney's new plan includes the return of popular lines, more Sephora shops, and better integration between online and the real world. But will it include your return too?
The fix for a faulty ignition switch linked to 13 traffic deaths would have cost just 57 cents, members of Congress say, as they demand answers from GM's new CEO.
General Motors is recalling 1.3 million vehicles in the U.S. because the electronic power-steering assist can suddenly stop working.
After months of studying ignition-switch failures, GM canceled a proposed fix in 2005, when a project engineering manager cited high tooling costs and piece prices.
GameStop stumbled in its holiday quarter, and the changing technology of gaming -- apps and cloud-based games -- suggests tough times ahead for the video game retailer.
With fewer than half the restaurants of KFC, Chick-fil-A outsold the former chicken champ by almost a billion dollars last year.
Twitter enhances tweets with photos, and Facebook buys a firm that makes virtual reality gear. They're among the corporate highlights of the week.
BlackBerry reported a quarterly loss Friday as smartphone sales continued to slide across all regions.