Zynga and Groupon have shed more than two-thirds of their IPO value. Compare them to Zillow and LinkedIn, which also went public in 2011, and have soared.
Five fast food chains, including McDonald's, publish details of their suppliers following a request from Shanghai authorities after a food safety scare.
GM loses its bid to dismiss a lawsuit accusing the automaker of concealing evidence about a faulty ignition switch linked to the death of a Georgia woman.
SeaWorld and King Digital need to respond to declining figures, and Caesars faces a lawsuit from creditors.
Regional telcos Frontier, CenturyLink and Windstream aren't growing, but their big yields are making connections with investors.
Murdoch isn't buying Time Warner, and Sprint and T-Mobile aren't merging. Amazon, Google and Barnes & Noble expand same-day delivery in select markets.
Caesars Entertainment and Westgate Resorts are each betting $250 million to refurbish large gambling/dining/shopping/sleeping complexes in Las Vegas.
P&G plans to sell or close as as many as 100 small, stagnant brands. The market cheered the plan to focus on products that yield 90 percent of its sales.
Sometimes the most important factor in making a good deal is access to financing, and private lenders might offer easier access than banks.
Growing political heat and possible customer backlash helped dissuade Walgreen from trying to trim its tax bill by reorganizing overseas.
Disney's "Frozen" has sold nearly $1.3 billion in tickets to become the fifth-highest grossing movie ever. But plenty of cold cash is flowing elsewhere.
From flour to fragrances, tools to paper, some industries star American companies that are more than 200 years old and stay committed to American-made work.
Sprint is replacing its longtime CEO Dan Hesse with Brightstar CEO Marcelo Claure on the heels of a report that it is dropping its bid for rival T-Mobile.
Back in the 1990s, casual steakhouse chains were popular with dinners and investors. But today, you won't find many of their tickers on the market menu.
Michael Kors posted strong quarterly results, and the stock fell. Coach results fell, and the stock rose. What's going on with the luxury handbag makers?
Congress repeatedly is unable to agree on long-term funding for the Highway Trust Fund. Americans can't figure out a solution either, a new poll finds.
U.S. home prices rose in June by the smallest year-over-year amount in 20 months, slowed by modest sales and more properties coming on the market.
In Washington, a pivotal battle over sugar is heating up -- not about how much sugar should be in your food, but how much you should know about it.
Big news is expected at DEF CON 22, a hacker convention, and strong box office is foreseen for a Sin City sequel.
Farm enterprises geared to visitors include farm stands, pumpkin patches, barn dances, zip-line rides, pick-your-own produce, corn mazes and weddings.
Walmart's home page will be customized for your location, weather and search and purchase history. Customization has helped other retailers, such as Amazon.
Want to invest in legalized marijuana but concerned about a DEA crackdown? What happens to wiretapping in Colorado may be an early clue of the feds' stance.
What if an ATM fulfilled your dreams rather than just filling your wallet? That's exactly what some customers in Canada got -- without even asking.
There was news good and bad from Tesla Motors, Zillow, Trulia, SeaWorld, Southwest, Electronic Arts and the market itself.
Investors should consider where all those millennials like to spend money, and a new survey tracks the preferences of this important demographic.