MIAMI -- When news broke one morning in January that Univision, the largest Spanish-language TV network in the world, had acquired a majority stake in The Onion, many who glanced at the headline assumed it was just another...Read more
SAN FRANCISCO -- Yahoo Inc.'s days as a publicly traded company will soon be over, but under Verizon, its brand will get another chance.
The Sunnyvale, Calif., internet company, once a key guide to the World Wide Web, ...Read more
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- It already feels like the dead of summer, but the girls over at Adobe's coding camp are making it snow.
"They're programming each and every snowflake on the screen and using code to make them fall," ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- For Chinese consumers, what you search for online soon could determine whether you're eligible for a loan.
Through a landmark deal with Los Angeles credit scoring firm ZestFinance, China's leading search ...Read more
BALTIMORE -- Amy Hough and Craig Lennon are avid hikers, runners and vegetarians. But they leave their healthy ways at home when they head to the airport -- where, like many, they behave more like couch potatoes.
'It's ...Read more
CHICAGO -- MillerCoors continues to make moves in craft beer, announcing Friday it reached an agreement to take a majority stake in the Eugene, Ore.-based Hop Valley Brewing Co.
This comes just about a week after Chicago-...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- A 30-foot-long shipping container that a Los Angeles startup chief executive tried to turn into a hilltop home has landed him in criminal court.
Rob Rhinehart, who founded meal replacement beverage company ...Read more
SAN RAMON, Calif. -- Battered by a deep slump in worldwide oil prices, Chevron posted its third straight quarterly loss, a setback that shoved the company's shares lower on Friday.
The energy giant lost $1.47 billion ...Read more
The weak start to 2016 continued through the spring, with the U.S. economy growing at a surprisingly weak 1.2 percent annual rate in the second quarter, the Commerce Department said Friday.
The first of three estimates ...Read more
The week ahead is a jobs week. Amid dozens of quarterly corporate financial reports and central bank meetings across the globe, American investors will get their monthly dose of employment data.
And so what? According to ...Read more
ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- The first Camaro Chevrolet ever built sits on a turntable in a photographically perfect white room devoid of right angles and shadows.
After a long strange trip that began in a secret corner of General ...Read more
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LOS ANGELES -- A Massachusetts judge will allow Viacom Chief Executive Philippe Dauman's case against Sumner Redstone to proceed but will not order an immediate mental examination of the ailing media mogul.
The Thursday ...Read more
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Google parent company Alphabet on Thursday beat Wall Street expectations on several fronts, chalking up $21.5 billion in second-quarter revenue, a 21 percent increase over the same period last year...Read more
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is taking its first step toward reining in debt collectors, releasing an early outline of rules aimed at preventing them from harassing consumers and trying to collect debts that ...Read more
Oracle Corp. is buying cloud company NetSuite Inc. in a deal valued at $9.3 billion, combining two Silicon Valley firms that both count Larry Ellison as a founder and top shareholder.
Oracle Chief Executive Mark Hurd said...Read more
SAN FRANCISCO -- Pacific Gas & Electric's second-quarter profits tumbled, the utility reported Thursday -- but its bottom line could soon be bolstered when a big increase in monthly gas bills arrive for residential ...Read more
DETROIT -- Ford earned $2 billion in the second quarter, down 9 percent from the same period a year ago, as the long-running boom in U.S. vehicle sales showed signs of cooling.
Ford earned 52 cents per share, short of ...Read more
PITTSBURGH -- Two years after GNC Holdings hired top retail industry executive Michael Archbold to reverse a downturn, he has been replaced by GNC board member Robert Moran, a former chairman and chief executive of ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Just last month, Hillary Clinton began including an idea in her speeches that suggests a shift in thinking for the Democratic Party: Wage growth may not just be good for the people who get a raise. It may be ...Read more
BEIJING -- Lifting a cloud of regulatory uncertainty hanging over the future of Uber and its competitors in China, the government on Thursday legalized ride-sharing services but announced new licensing requirements and ...Read more
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