Chrysler is recalling nearly 907,000 Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep SUVs and cars for failing alternators and heated power mirrors that can cause minor fires.
Delta Air Lines says it expected strong margins in the fourth quarter despite widespread concern that the spread of Ebola could curb travel.
AbbVie says stockholders should vote against its $55 billion takeover offer for Shire after tax changes reduced the financial advantages of the deal.
We could learn -- and save a lot -- from a U.K. initiative to force payday lenders to be more open about their interest rates and fees.
Halloween may not be a holiday dedicated to patriotism like July Fourth. But you can still pick made-in-the-USA candies for your trick-or-treaters.
The Social Security Administration receives millions of death reports each year -- and one in every 200 is incorrect.
Although it might be tempting to forgo car insurance when your budget is tight, the premiums are well worth it in the long run. Just ask my mother-in-law.
Investors fled stocks as worries about a global economic slowdown intensified. The Dow was down 460 points at one point, and the fear index spiked.
Walmart says it plans to scale back expansion of its supercenters next year while investing more in e-commerce, as the retailer looks to revive store sales.
The pizza biz is tough to read and master, but Domino's is impressing investors in ways Pizza Hut hasn't been.
El Pollo Loco, Mobileye, ReWalk Robotics, Alibaba and Smart & Final were last quarter's most interesting IPOs.
The government says the deficit for the just completed 2014 budget year was $483 billion, the lowest of President Barack Obama's six years in office.
The Dow, the S&P 500, the Nasdaq Composite and the Russell 2000 are all down. Is this another jinx month for stocks?
Billionaire Carl Icahn bets that Apple will start selling 55- and 65-inch TVs next year. Apple isn't revealing its plans for the highly competitive market.
Getting mugged and maced helped Payal Kadakia save her struggling startup, creating ClassPass, a monthly gym membership for people who want to get in shape.
The lack of water is forcing many California pumpkin growers to embrace the possibility of plowing over their pumpkin patches sooner than later.
Retail sales and producer prices fell last month, worrisome signals on the economy's health that heightened financial market worries over faltering growth.
Bank of America reported a quarterly loss applicable to common shareholders, largely due to a huge mortgage settlement with the U.S. government.
Toyota says it will recall 1.67 million vehicles to fix three separate defects including a faulty master cylinder that could hinder the brake's performance.
Whole Foods plans to start rolling out a system that ranks fruits and vegetables as good, better or best based on the supplier's farming practices.
Consumers seem to forgive and forget companies that have suffered data breaches. You should probably be more paranoid than you are.