Apple has told manufacturers of its new iPhone 5C that it will cut orders of the smartphone for the final three months of the year.
When a 10-year McDonald's employee confronted him about her $8.25 an hour salary, Jeff Stratton blew her off, and lost a chance to shine up the image of the Golden Arches.
Walmart Stores plans to open more small stores as it links them to its supercenters, which will serve as mini-warehouses for their smaller cousins.
BlackBerry publishes an open letter in major publications around the world in a bid to reassure customers that they can count on the distressed smartphone company.
Fashion retailer Burberry says chief creative officer Michael Bailey will take on the additional role of CEO when current chief Angela Ahrendts departs for Apple next year.
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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's charm offensive has impressed many on Madison Avenue, but getting advertisers to spend more on Yahoo's Web properties won't happen overnight.
Apple reportedly has begun snapping up BlackBerry employees near the company's corporate headquarters in Canada.
Sony says it will move cautiously in tackling key overseas smartphone markets as it strives to become the third-biggest smartphone maker in the world.
KFC sales have tanked in China, and they're losing ground in the U.S. too. But its Yum Brands sibling Taco Bell is on a roll. So why not do at one what worked for the other?
It may have sold 109 million hot dog combos and 60 million rotisserie chickens in the past year, but Costco isn't performing as well as the market expects it to.
Why did Jack Dorsey, who has been chairman of Twitter since October 2008, give fellow cofounder Ev Williams voting control of his stake in the company?
Men's Wearhouse rejects smaller rival Jos. A. Bank's $2.3 billion takeover offer, saying it significantly undervalues the company.
From a Twitter's widely anticipated IPO reveal to a reputation-burning engine fire for Tesla, here's a rundown of the week's best and worst moves in the business world.
Excitement for Twitter's coming IPO is running so that some investors Friday mistook the nearly worthless shares of Tweeter for the "tweeting" site.
New York state's attorney general says he's suing Wells Fargo to force compliance with terms of last year's national mortgage case settlement.
Three of the top 20 investors in Microsoft reportedly are lobbying the board to press for Bill Gates to step down as chairman of the company he co-founded 38 years ago.
Microsoft has shut down MSN TV, and while most people could care less, there is a group of people for whom it's a really big deal.
The new owner of J.C. Penney's former outlet store business says it will close all 15 locations amid a steep drop in sales.
The shutdown of the federal government prompts the Justice Department to ask for a delay in court proceedings over the merger of US Airways and AMR.