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The U.S. Supreme Court took up a case Monday that could deal a crippling blow to unions representing millions of the nation's public employees.
A fermenting yogurt battle has landed in court, with Chobani suing Dannon over the accusation that it had created "misleading and deceptive" ads.
A brutal new year selloff in oil markets quickened on Monday, with prices plunging 6 percent to new 12-year lows.
Despite the diversity initiatives of many Silicon Valley tech firms, sexual harassment is still alive and well.
The New Republic, the once iconic liberal-leaning magazine, is up for sale, publisher and chairman Chris Hughes said on Monday.
The Internal Revenue Service is preparing to use private debt collectors to go after people who have not paid their taxes.
The Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles, the ultimate bachelor pad, is up for sale — with the ultimate former bachelor included.
Irish drugmaker Shire will pay about $32 billion in cash and stock to buy U.S.-based Baxalta and strengthen its position in rare disease treatments.
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is ending its elephant acts a year and a half early, and will retire all of its touring elephants in May.
Can the retail model that that relies on vast stores packed with merchandise survive in today's increasingly digital environment?
AT&T is again offering unlimited data plans to smartphone customers, but there's a catch: You also need to sign up for its DirecTV service.
Within two years, people would be able to call their vehicle to drive itself from their home to meet them anywhere in the country.