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Stocks fell as disapproval of Russia increased after the downing of an airliner in Ukraine and amid calls for a truce in Israeli-Hamas clash in Gaza.
GM ordered Cadillac dealers to stop selling some CTS models because the automaker does not have a fix yet for cars recalled for an ignition fault.
Even the presence of a single female board member has a positive impact, especially in male-dominated industries, new research shows.
The world of Chuck Jones is the subject of a new exhibition that will open Saturday in New York and later travel across the United States.
Toyota has a new feature that lets parents issue warnings via microphone, and the messages are amplified by the speakers in the back seats.
Tesla Motors has shown it can take on established premium-luxury brands, but the real test will come when it launches a mainstream model.
They might be all-natural, but many ingredients used in cosmetics and hair products are also pretty unappetizing.
GM knew of ignition switch problems with 6.7 million midsize and large cars for 11 years, yet failed to recall them until last month.
Ice cream sales are ready for a rebound, especially if they've got top-shelf ingredients, an analyst says.
The FTC hopes hackers can help out a stop to those annoying automated telemarketing calls from “Rachel from Cardholder Services.”
Stocks rebounded, with the S&P 500 rising 1 percent, as markets switched their focus to corporate earnings from geopolitical events in Ukraine and Gaza.
NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission CEO Meera Joshi explains why taxis are regulated in New York City.
Expect a flurry of lawsuits from the families of passengers killed on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, even though it was shot down by a missile over Ukraine.
The direct costs to agriculture alone total $1.5 billion, and the drought is expected to continue into next year, a new report says.
According to a new survey, a staggering number of American professionals have workweeks that exceed 40 hours.
Green Dot Corp. is changing the way money can be loaded onto its popular prepaid debit card in order to thwart scammers.
Stocks rebounded sharply upwards, with the Dow jumping 100 points, as the markets switched their focus to corporate earnings from geopolitical events.
If you guzzle 5-Hour Energy shots, you should know three states are suing for "deceptive and misleading" advertising.