They're controversial and they're not cheap, but sales of carbonated energy drinks like Red Bull and Monster are still growing at a time when soda sales have lost their fizz.
The last week of February was redemptive for fading retailers Best Buy, J.C. Penney, and Barnes & Noble, but it's unlikely any of them will remain market darlings for long.
In his annual letter, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett anticipates more deals in energy, cites a long-term commitment to HJ Heinz and is bullish on the U.S. economy.
U.S. manufacturing growth rebounded off an eight-month low in February, helped by a recovery in new orders, a report shows.
GM, Ford and Toyota all reported U.S. sales declines in February, noting that the month started slowly but sales began to recover in the second half.
A lawsuit recently filed by Dick's Sporting Goods accuses the CEO of Modell's Sporting Goods of posing as a Dick's vice president to gain access to the company's secrets.
Comcast is considering spinning off the 3 million subscribers it has offered to divest as part of its proposed $45.2 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable.
Here are some stocks that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.
Berkshire Hathaway reports quarterly earnings rose 10 percent to nearly $5 billion as its insurance, rail and energy businesses generated major gains in the improving economy.
With home prices up, investors saw a path to own cheap properties in the $34.7 billion of bad mortgages sold last year.
Between San Francisco's hot real estate market and its dwindling teacher pay, not one home or apartment is listed on the market there at a price a typical teacher can afford.
All over the Midwest and the East Coast, travel agents are being inundated with a simple request: Get me out of here. And those who have left, don't want to come back.
From zulily blowing away expectations in its first post-IPO quarter to McDonald's eating crow over chicken wings, here's are the week's best and worst from the business world.
The sandwich chain Quiznos is running out of dough, and is reportedly is preparing to file for bankruptcy protection, partly because of declining sales.
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Originally derided as pricey niche products for geeks, tablet computers have become so common that supermarkets are now selling their own brands, pushing out low-cost rivals.
Making carbonated beverages at home continues to grow in popularity, as SodaStream 's 26% surge in sales last quarter makes clear. Unfortunately, the story doesn't end there.
AMC has a problem filling seats, and it's not just one exhibitor's problem. It's time the theater chain does more to improve the moviegoing experience.
The path toward U.S. energy independence, made possible by a boom in shale oil, will be much harder than it seems.
America's minimum wage has been around longer and done more good than you may know. Here's a look as the nation considers Obama's plan to go to $10.10 an hour from $7.25.
Sears Holdings reported a hefty loss in the fourth-quarter on a 14 percent sales drop, as the beleaguered retailer continues to struggle to bring shoppers into its stores.
Sam's Club is trying out an online subscription service similar to Amazon's that mainly focuses on basic consumer products, everything from paper towels to printer cartridges.