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Volkswagen has agreed to pay about $10.2 billion to settle claims in the U.S. from its emissions-cheating scandal, says a source close to the matter.
Swedish furniture retailer Ikea is recalling children's safety gates because the locking mechanism is unreliable and may result in injury to children.
So much for rocking in the free world.
The U.K. is voting in a national referendum on whether or not to quit the European Union.
Analysts pointed to "tough choices" for the U.K. whatever the result.
The popular, needle-free FluMist influenza vaccine has not protected kids or adults against flu in recent years and should not be used this year.
Fiat Chrysler said on Wednesday it is speeding up its software fix for 1.1 million recalled vehicles for rollaway risks like the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Oil prices edged higher on Thursday, shrugging off a smaller than expected draw on U.S. crude stocks as money and equity markets firmed.
Europe held its breath Thursday as Britain voted in a referendum on whether to quit the European Union, with the outcome said to be on a knife-edge.
Kia takes top spot as non-luxury brands outperform high-line marques.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen rejected the notion that the Fed has a "third pillar" of policy to keep stock market prices afloat.
By Tuesday afternoon, about one-fourth of the stolen beer was found at a warehouse in Clayton County just south of Atlanta.
At least 16 kids have reportedly died from heatstroke after being left in hot cars — more than double the number who perished by this time last year.
As the world waits for Britain to decide its future in Thursday's European Union referendum, some voters fear the result could cost them their livelihood or even force them to leave the country.
By next week, Fiat Chrysler plans to stop producing new vehicles in North America with the most dangerous type of Takata air bag inflators.
Stocks and sterling rose while traditionally safe gold and bonds slipped on Wednesday, as investors were guardedly optimistic about a "Remain" vote.
Mitsubishi, which recently acknowledged it inflated mileage on its models, is forecasting a $1.4 billion loss for the fiscal year through March 2017.
The 18th century has successfully taken on a 21st century scourge. The New York State Assembly passed legislation to criminalize 'ticket bots.'
Filing for bankruptcy may seem like a simple solution, but in reality, it's not a get-out-of-jail-free card — and comes with a number of restrictions and consequences.
Papa John's comes in a distant second at 82, even though it gained five percent.