Regulators charge two men with insider trading after they learned that hedge fund manager Bill Ackman was planning a $1 billion bet against Herbalife.
A suddenly stormy month on the stock market came to a quiet end on Tuesday. Major indexes drifted to a slight loss, leaving the S&P 500 down for September.
Ford's sales are down in a U.S. market where overall sales are up. Its pickups are losing market share. But Ford says everything is going according to plan.
For the Shattos, the need to reinvent the family business came about a dozen years ago when their dairy farm faced an uncertain future. Here's their story.
Home prices in the U.S. increased at the slowest pace in 20 months in July, reflecting sluggish sales and a greater supply of houses for sale.
EBay has announced a plan under which its PayPal and eBay marketplace businesses would be split into separate publicly traded companies by mid-2015.
The EU has accused Ireland of giving Apple illegal state aid that helped the iPhone maker shelter tens of billions of dollars in tax revenues.
Concerns over high stock prices and global politics continued to plague markets Monday as major stock indexes ended a choppy trading day with slight losses.
With its third shipment of U.S. condensate heading to Singapore, Pioneer says it expects its exports to rise to 50,000 barrels per day next year.
Fewer Americans signed contracts to buy homes in August, suggesting that real estate sales will remain sluggish over the next few months.
Harley is recalling more than 105,000 motorcycles from the 2014 model year because their clutches may fail, causing stopped bikes to potentially crash.
The European Commission will publish its reasons for opening an in-depth inquiry into the Irish government's tax treatment of Apple, an official says.
Economists see steady growth but remain mixed on their outlook for the health of different segments of the U.S. economy.
For former President Bill Clinton, host of an annual gathering of business and political leaders, the American economy isn't feeling as secure as it should.
Good economic and corporate news helped the stock market stage a rebound at the end of a turbulent week of trading.
A measure of U.S. consumer confidence reached its highest level since July 2013, led by greater optimism that the economy will grow and incomes will rise.
The economy grew at its fastest pace in more than 2 years in the second quarter and activity was broad-based, a bullish signal for the rest of the year.
Apple releases a new software update after some users of its new iPhone 6 complained of call service disruptions due to a previous update.
Stocks ended with sharp losses Thursday, with the S&P 500 suffering its biggest one-day decline since July, as Apple tumbled and the dollar rose.
Chrysler is recalling nearly 350,000 cars and SUVs to fix ignition switches that could unexpectedly shut off the engines.
The Obama administration has agreed to pay the Navajo Nation $554 million to settle claims that its funds and natural resources were mishandled for decades.
The Treasury Department this week issued rules that limit tax inversions, but they fail to get into the broader tax reform that's needed.