Investors played it safe Monday ahead of a potentially pivotal Fed meeting. While large company stocks ended the day little changed, smaller stocks slumped.
Apple's latest announcement was good for accessory maker On Track Innovations but bad for screen marker GT Advanced Technologies.
Dollar General is going hostile with its $9.1 billion bid for Family Dollar after repeated rejections of previous offers by its rival.
General Mills agrees to acquire organic food producer Annie's for about $820 million to expand its presence in the fast-growing U.S. natural foods market.
Sweden's Electrolux is buying the appliances business of General Electric for $3.3 billion, boosting its presence on the North American market.
The proposed 21st Century Fox-Time Warner deal is just another in a long line of potential corporate weddings that never quite made it to the altar.
Concerns over weaker global economic growth appeared to outweigh a pair of strong reports on the U.S. economy Tuesday, nudging stocks to a tiny loss.
Norwegian Cruise Line is sailing into the luxury sector by buying the high-end Prestige Cruises International, adding eight ships to its fleet of 13.
Burger King has taken lot of flack for a deal that should curb its U.S. tax bill, but it's consistent with its tax-reduction strategies in recent years.
1-800-Flowers.com is buying Harry & David for $142.5 million to help broaden the assortment of foods that its customers can choose as gifts.
Monster Beverage is only the latest deal beyond soda for Coca-Cola. Other intriguing deals include Minute Maid, Columbia Pictures and Keurig Green Mountain.
You would think Burger King's decision to buy Tim Hortons and move its headquarters to Canada would spark national outrage. But you'd be wrong. Here's why.
Burger King strikes a deal to buy Tim Hortons for $11 billion, a move that could help Burger King plant a stronger foothold in the breakfast market.
The stock market notched another first on Monday as the S&P 500 index nudged briefly past the 2,000-point mark and closed at its second record in a week.
Family Dollar rejects Dollar General's $8.95 billion buyout offer, citing antitrust concerns, and reaffirms its support for a buyout offer from Dollar Tree.
A bidding war for a discount retailer and easing concerns about conflict in Ukraine helped send U.S. stock indexes higher Monday.
Dollar General is making a competing bid for competitor Family Dollar Stores. The $9.7 billion offer tops a previous offer from rival Dollar Tree.
Coca-Cola buys part of Monster Beverage, and Cisco announces layoffs, for the fourth summer in a row. An inhaled insulin is up, and healthier fries are out.
Despite popular opinion that he'll spend it (but on what?), Warren Buffett may just sit on Berkshire Hathaway's $55 billion cash hoard for a very long time.
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.
Red Lobster wants to be seen as a purveyor of quality seafood, so it's trying new strategies to appear more upscale to increasingly value-conscious diners.
Real estate website operator Zillow is buying rival Trulia in a $3.5 billion all-stock deal. Trulia shareholders will get a one-third stake in new company.