Alcoa says it will split into two companies to separate its struggling aluminum smelting operations from production of lightweight metals.
Consumer spending grew briskly in August and a key measure of inflation firmed a bit, signs of strength in America's domestic economy.
Anyone thinking 2016 could be the year for that big jump in pay likely should temper any excitement. But now is the time to negotiate.
The Standard & Poor's 500 erased an early Federal Reserve-driven rally to close flat Friday, as a sell-off in biotechs offset a banking rally.
Volkswagen says it will appoint Matthias Mueller as its new chief executive following the departure of Martin Winterkorn in an emissions cheating scandal.
An iconic automaker gets caught trying to cheat emission standards and a leading fast-food burrito roller introduces a new fast-casual concept.
Hyundai is recalling nearly a half-million midsize cars in the U.S. to replace key engine parts because a manufacturing problem could cause them to fail.
So where are Americans planning to shop this holiday season? A survey finds that most Americans plan to do their holiday shopping both in-store and online.
Now that the dust has settled, let's take a look at what the still ultra low interest rate environment could mean for stock investors.
Stocks closed lower Thursday in a volatile session on uncertainty about U.S. monetary policy and global economic growth.
VW will name Porsche CEO Matthias Mueller as its chief executive as it tries to recover from a scandal over its rigging of U.S. vehicle emissions tests.
Farm implement-maker Caterpillar said it could cut up to 10,000 jobs through 2018 as part of a restructuring plan to save up to $1.5 billion annually.
Anger at Volkswagen is being echoed by private dealers, auto wholesalers and owners across the U.S. as fallout from VW's smog test trickery mounts.
Positive economic indicators include healthy labor and housing markets and easy credit, but there are just as many negatives. Here's what you need to know.
Adjustable rate mortgages are back, but whether they are a help or hindrance for mortgage consumers is up for debate. Are they right for you?
U.S. stocks ended down slightly Wednesday, led by losses in materials and energy shares as weak Chinese and U.S. factory data added to growth worries.
Pop-up stores have been around for decades, but the trend got a big boost when retailers got the idea of short-term rentals for Halloween and Christmas.
VW CEO Martin Winterkorn resigns, taking responsibility for the German carmaker's rigging of emissions tests in the biggest scandal in its 78-year history.
It's a popular myth that airfares have plummeted in the wake of dropping oil prices, but that doesn't mean there aren't still bargains to find.
Stocks fell Tuesday, dragged down by investor uncertainty over when the Fed will raise interest rates and a drop in commodities shares.
Tuna-loving consumers who think they've been shortchanged see a chance to get some of what they're missing back, thanks to a court-mandated settlement.
VW will dismiss CEO Martin Winterkorn, after the carmaker admitted to cheating U.S. vehicles emissions tests, a German newspaper reports.
With $30 emu eggs and $70 air plants, it's no wonder Whole Foods carries the 'Whole Paycheck' nickname. Who buys this stuff?
Major stock indexes rose Monday, rebounding from last week's losses with help from Apple and banks, but a drop in biotech shares limited Nasdaq's advance.