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Businesses will soon be able to offer investors a piece of their company by legally selling stock online under crowdfunding rules OK'd by the SEC.
An Amazon exec dropped a hint this week that the online retailer may start its own clothing line: Experts debate the wisdom of such a move.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling 894,000 Jeep, Dodge and Fiat SUVs worldwide to fix problems with anti-lock brakes and air bags.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals, under intense scrutiny over drug prices, has cut ties with what critics say was a "phantom pharmacy" used to boost sales.
An American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Philadelphia had to be diverted to Phoenix. Police say the passenger is getting psychiatric care.
At least 12 people were rushed to a hospital for respiratory issues in connection to a hazardous material investigation in Palo Alto, California.
A body has been found on train tracks near where a young American trader vanished in London a week ago, police said late Thursday.
Comfort, advice and reassurance, but no nagging or prying. That's the selling point of a new service that lets millennials "rent" a mom by the hour.
More than 70 percent of college students have worked while attending college, but they're still in debt when they graduate, a new study finds.
The issuer of prepaid RushCard debit cards said Thursday that it would compensate customers for financial losses caused by a technical glitch.
Wal-Mart has discontinued sales of an "Israeli soldier kids costume" and a "Sheik Fagin Nose" amid widespread criticism and calls for a boycott.
The former baseball star is keeping his hand in the game through a new virtual reality practice system.
Challenging competitors who plan to sit out Thanksgiving Day, Macy's said Thursday said that it will again open its doors at 6 p.m. on the holiday.
Volkswagen is sticking with a planned $600 million investment in its Chattanooga, Tenn., plant despite uncertainty caused by its emissions scandal.
Shoppers may not be as keen on Black Friday doorbusters as they once were, but one holiday shopping tradition continues to gain steam.
Alaska Airlines says computer issues that delayed about 20 flights overnight have been resolved and travel is returning to normal.
A homeopathic laxative sold at CVS drugstores contains alcohol, enough to put an inquisitive blogger who drank multiple "shots" over the legal limit.